Survive with Jakarta’s water conditions

JAKARTA, INDONESIA: A clean water seller fill his jerrycan with a clean paid water from PAM station at Muara Kamal in Jakarta, Indonesia on March 17, 2018. He sells Rp. 3,000 (US 22 cent) for two jerrycans. Citizens used it to boil a drink and cooking. And using pumped groundwater for showering and washing. Jakarta’s water privatization is an issue to the distribution and scarcity of clean water access. Indonesia has 21% of the Asia-Pacific’s total water supply, only 70% of the total population has access to clean water and sanitation.–AA

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