Kajal, 16, looks in a mirror as she gets ready to go to school in the slum of Nihura Basti, Kanpur, India, 2014.
Kajal, 16, prepares food for her family outside her home in the slum of Nihura Basti, Kanpur, India. The land where the slum is situated is owned by the army, who ban building work to take place, meaning it’s very difficult to build new latrines.
Kajal, 16, and her cousin Sarita, 17, walk to an open defecation area to go to the toilet in the slum of Nihura Basti, Kanpur, India, 2014.
Solo, 13, stands outside her family home in Antohobe, Madagascar. She doesn’t go to school as she needs to collect dirty water at least five times a day.
Solo, 13, top, and other girls wash in dirty water at the source, an unprotected spring, in Antohobe, Madagascar, 2014.
Ze, 12, right, and best friend Solo, 13, carry jerry cans of dirty water on their heads, collected from the dirty water source, an unprotected spring in Antohobe, Madagascar, 2014.
Rihanata, 15, centre, and her sisters Alimata and Nafisatou collect dirty water at the dam near the village of Koala, Burkina Faso, 2014.
Rihanata, 15, studies at home. She spends over three hours a day collecting dirty water from a dam, Koala, Burkina Faso, 2014.
Rihanata, 15, left, dances with a friend in the village of Koala, Burkina Faso, 2014.
Radha, 16, walks to the chaupadi shed miles from her home in Surkhet, Nepal. During menstruation, women and girls are not allowed access to clean water and are shunned from their society, forced to live in sheds miles from home.
Radha, 16, stands outside her chaupadi shed, miles from her home in Surkhet, Nepal. During menstruation she isn’t allowed to touch anyone. Her community fear she would pollute them.
Radha, 16, stands behind a toilet, where she is served boiled rice, the only thing she is allowed to eat when shunned from her society during menstruation, Surkhet, Nepal, 2013.