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For as long as the residents of the fishing village in Kamal Muara, North Jakarta remember, they have relied on rainwater for their daily needs. A network of pipes that start at funnels on house rooftops are used to collect raindrops and the water is then stored in blue plastic barrels.
The homemade system has been the primary source of clean water the residents have used for their daily needs for years, which gave their community a unique moniker: the "rain catcher village." (JP/ Donny Fernando)
(JP/Dames Alexander Sinaga)