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Why Water Scarcity Affects Women More Than Men

Should we concentrate on gender equality or water scarcity?

Photo by Nambasi from Pixaby

The heat of the sand was burning my feet. Although we’ve only been walking for 5 minutes, the humidity and the scorching sun made the casual activity unbearable.

It was in a surf camp in Portugal, and I had the best time of my life there.

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Eszter Brhlik

Eszter Brhlik

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