Este nuevo film del STEPS Centre cuenta la historia de tres personas –una abuela, un campesino y un activista- y su relación con el agua en los pueblos y aldeas en los límites de Delhi, India.
This new film from the STEPS Centre tells the story of three people and their relationship with water in the towns and villages on the edge of Delhi, India. The landscape of these "peri-urban" zones has changed dramatically in the past 15 years. Poor people often do not have good enough access to water, and have to find different ways of getting and using it.
The film shows the ingenuity and determination of three people - a grandmother, a farmer and an activist - who have taken action to get better water for themselves and their families.
You can now watch the film online or order it as a DVD.
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