US communities with access to satellite TV and McDonald's, but not clean water or modern plumbing

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    An ironic display of US communities with access to satellite TV and McDonald's, but not clean water or modern plumbing. Nearly 50% of the population on the Navajo Nation stands in-line every morning to haul water for daily use. (taken in Kayenta, Arizona)

    Submitted by Catapult Design is a design firm working with communities worldwide on design challenges ranging from access to clean water to improved health care. Headquarter'd in San Francisco, CA. Projects based globally.

    1. The Guardian on Flickr 25 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the great image, it has been included in our gallery here - Readers' photos - World Water Day 2012 - in pictures thanks for taking part!

      Please keep getting involved with the Guardian's Development site, and joining in with our community projects on the development talk point.

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