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Women and girls, like Susmita who lives in the Sundarbans, West Bengal, spend an estimated 200 million hours a year walking to fetch water, and climate change is making things even worse. Image: Wateraid/Ranita Roy.

Henk Ovink

Special Envoy for International Water Affairs, Netherlands Government

Katherine Lampen

Sustainability and Climate Change Leader, Deloitte

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