WATER SERVICE: A country thirsting for justice

In communities facing drought, people are spending hours searching for water to meet their basic household needs, instead of being productive. The water that citizens are collecting is often foul-smelling and contaminated due to the poor water distribution systems in the country. Despite some investments, there is no improvement in the situation, and there seems to be no accountability for the misuse of funds.

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Since the arrival of the Bolivarian revolution in Venezuela, the most basic rights of society have been diminished as a result of public policies that were promised and never materialized. The millionaire resources approved over the years and the lack of transparency derived from the politicization of the Venezuelan institutional framework today are a reflection of an impoverished state and a country without food, electricity, water and gasoline.

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