Many villagers in isolated areas of East Malaysia struggle to access water — 92-year old Gunsarob Garing is one of them.
Gunsarob lives in a remote village on Borneo Island in the Malaysian state of Sabah and until this year, getting fresh water required a difficult and time-consuming daily trek to a river several kilometers away since she did not have a suitable source of water near her home. A few months ago, her life changed as a result of a community water project led by
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