Water in poor countries: A billion thirsts quenched - The Economist

Water in poor countries: A billion thirsts quenched

Water in poor countries: A billion thirsts quenched - The Economist
Water in poor countries: A billion thirsts quenched
Published Aug 28, 2004
495 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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More poor people have safe water than ever before. But why is it taking so long? CROCODILES snatched seven people from Mabuia a few years ago. But the women of the village kept going back to the river to fetch water. They had no choice....

  
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