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Most women across Asia and Africa make four trips a day to collect water, carrying 10 litres on each trip.
In the developing world 4000 children a day die from no access to clean drinking water.
80% of the developing world has no access to electricity. Kerosene use leads to 1.6 million deaths a year from smoke inhalation or fire. Gathering firewood exposes girls to danger and strips forests.
Most developing countries have few trained optometrists and few eyeglasses.