Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia is well known for its bitter cold and its terrible pollution. Due to extensive rural to urban migration Ulaanbaatar has become a mix of old nomadic traditions and modern urban lifestyle. More than 60 percent of the people in Ulaanbaatar live in the ger district, or slum, where most families live in their traditional felt tents or gers. The ger district is not connected to central water supply nor sewage. The children from these ger district families, as part of their daily household chores, walkto the nearest community wells to buy and carry water with their trolley and in the winter with their sledges. Depending on where they live, these children have to walk up to 5 km to bring water home to their family here in the coldest capital city on the planet. This is one day in the life of Munkhbat.