Woman In A Bottle

This illustration is my contribution to Blog Action Day 2010 to raise awareness about water. I chose the angle of water and gender.

More on the Issue: Millions of women and children in the developing world spend untold hours daily, collecting water from distant, often polluted sources, then return to their villages carrying their filled 40 pound jerry cans on their backs. And though women are responsible for the majority of food production in their villages, their productivity is severely limited by this constant struggle.

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8 Responses

  1. Mich says:

    Love it! 🙂

  2. Darine Sabbagh says:

    I love it!

  3. Mireille says:

    nice 🙂

    and you have to put feminism in there 🙂

  4. Mireille says:

    Women and water! I love it 😀

  5. M says:

    Great!! 🙂

  6. ritakml says:

    True, soooo true! Educate a woman and you educate an entire village!

  7. TomFOGARTY says:

    Strong image – in several ways!

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