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Zambia Theresa Kazunga and her son Enock wash a carpet at Ngwenya Dam in the Misisi township in Lusaka, Zambia. “We don’t need to pay for water to wash our clothes [here],” says Kazunga. She says that getting water elsewhere usually costs one Zambian kwacha (8 cents) for three 20-liter (16-gallon) buckets – “Imagine how much it could cost if you are doing laundry.”