Meet Fathe.

See that cliff she’s precariously standing on?

That’s a 20-foot drop to the water below.

Once a week Fathe wakes up at 6 a.m. and walks 12 miles to reach this water source known as The Singing Wells.

Fathe then climbs to that small ledge and collects dirty water for her family.

Other women walk with her.

After they have all collected their water, they walk back up the hill singing.

And they walk, 12 miles home.

Shorten their walk.