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A simple jerrycans story in East Sumba

This Post relates to: Food Shortages | Water Connections | Water shortages
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The February 27, 2023
Extract and Description of this News: Two litres of water per day and per person to live. And this, thanks to an object as innocuous as an old five-litre can. A stupid plastic container? For most of us, it is an object that will go irretrievably in the trash. But here, for the families that Fair Future and Kawan Baik work with - tens of thousands of families - it is essential to the survival of an entire family because it is thanks to him that these two litres of water will come home. So, let's talk a bit about plastic canisters, if you don't mind, to understand why it's so important. - Thank you for your interest.

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An absolute emergency | #waterconnections - Laindatang site, East Sumba. A project entirely linked to the program to combat water-related infectious diseases, malnutrition and infant mortality. The fight against Malaria in East Sumba is one of our priorities with the primary medical care project for children in ultra-rural areas. This achievement will save lives here.

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