A group of parents and children met at Casa Gallina’s Salón Huev@ for a matinee of Abuela grillo a short- animated film. It tells the story of the Bolivian struggle to democratize the access to water. After the film, biologist Anette Rivera organized a workshop where children made a model of a well and discussed the problems of having access to water, the scarcity of this resource in the world, and how easy it is to pollute it. As part of the session, participants estimated their personal water footprint.