How Do You Get Your Water? Structural Violence Pedagogy and Women's Access to Water

@article{Keefer2015HowDY,
  title={How Do You Get Your Water? Structural Violence Pedagogy and Women's Access to Water},
  author={Natalie E. Keefer and Rina Bousalis},
  journal={The Social Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={106},
  pages={256 - 263}
}
In many parts of the less developed world it is women and girls who are expected to provide water for their family. Frequently, young girls are unable to complete school or get jobs because water scarcity means they are forced to walk miles daily to obtain this most basic need. Since the creation of the United Nations Millennium Goals, progress has been made in providing clean water and sanitation to billions of people. Although there are still many regions where water scarcity and gender… 

Water Scarcity: Sudan

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