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Aqua Guard | Young Leaders

Till some two years ago, Jaigaon, a village of 1,300 people in the Satara district of Maha-rashtra, would regularly witness fights over water. The villagers depended on tankers for their drinking water needs. If relatives came visiting, the hosts would worry if they'd have enough drinking water rserves to last their

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