Community-Scale Water Sovereignty: Part II

Goods and people on the move near the main port of Gili Air, a small island in Indonesia. Photo by @jendelarumahkita.
Traditional homes in the Gili Islands. Photo by @jendelarumahkita.
A home-built rainwater collection tank in arid Karangasem, Bali — similar to those once widespread on Gili Meno. Photo by Carly Gayle.
An Aqua distributor unloading his cargo and collecting empty jugs at a small shop in rural Bali. Photo by Debra Kaiser.
A large Aqua distribution truck sits in traffic in the city of Denpasar, Bali, among middle school students riding home on motorbikes. Photo by Frank Gayle.



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