When a working parent gets sick, their whole operation comes to a screeching halt.
This is nowhere more true than in the Saboba region of Ghana, where the mothers are often the breadwinners.
This community is driven primarily by women — nurses, seamstresses, and others who shoulder the burden of caring for their families and for the community as a whole. With all these responsibilities, it's imperative they stay healthy enough to run the show. But there's a big problem: They don't have clean water, and without it, sickness is inevitable.