Now that's what you call a walk.
Gertrude Mamba lives in Ndola, Zambia.
Zambia is right over here.
For you geography folks!
Every day, Gertrude wakes up, pushes a barrel onto its side, and rolls it for miles on the ground.
This is a journey that Gertrude will have to make many more times.
Let's call this journey:
The purpose? To get water for her family.
And when that barrel is full, it weighs hundreds of pounds.
Now let's expand Gertrude's story to the stories of many others:
Every year in Africa, people spend 40 billion hours walking to get water.
Watch the video to learn more about what this journey entails for Gertrude and millions of others.