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Boreholes

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posted on 2024-07-09, 13:27 authored by Jessica Noske-TurnerJessica Noske-Turner
Sustainable development is like boreholes. The two beads represent the organisation which supported the community by drilling boreholes. The cups are representing the boreholes which were drilled around the community. Today people are not struggling to access water, even now that the organisation is no longer working in that community. This is what sustainable development is.

Created in Zomba District, Malawi, 2024

This object is part of the Metaphors for Un/Making CSC Collection.

Funding

Un/Making CSC: A critical engagement with Communication for Social 'Changemaking'

Arts and Humanities Research Council

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History

School

  • Loughborough University, London

Department

  • Communication and Media

Ethics review number

13542