Drip by drip, the city of Amman is wasting precious water. It turns out that a lot of women have trouble calling on male plumbers so, as a result, Aisha decided to learn how to become a plumber. Now, the demand for female plumbers has become so popular that their phone never stops ringing.
This short documentary was made during a SDI workshop in Jordan, organised by the British Council in partnership with the Royal Film Commission of Jordan.
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