Children in Somalia and other countries in Africa and Asia are travelling tens of kilometers to get a bottle of water – more or less drinkable.

On the other side of the world, companies like Nestle tried to make water a good of their own, making it accessible by the privilege of paying.

This guy put up a stand in the middle of a crowded city in the UK to make people realize that usually vital things that we take for granted are a luxury in other parts, for people that did nothing wrong, except being born there.

Watch and share.

[via UNICEF]

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