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Lab-Lab seeds (leaves are edible), Zambia.
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INDONESIA Laboratroy for testing drinking water. Photograph taken in Meulaboh,  Aceh Province mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour.  The lab terchnician explains: "Every house well gets tested. UNICEF originally helped set up the lab to support other NGOs in the area,  and now CRS helps pay staff salaries and provides us with equipment. The lab coordinates its activities with the local government.  The water in local wells is quite contaminated,  especially with Arsenic,  as well as Nitrates,  Nitrites,  Iron,  Manganese and Fluoride. The water became salinated after the Tsunami. We test here both the water from shallow and deep wells."   stock photo
06id091 - INDONESIA Laboratroy for testing drinking water. Photograph taken in Meulaboh, Aceh Province mid-December 2006, 2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour. The lab terchnician explains: "Every house well gets tested. UNICEF originally helped set up the lab to support other NGOs in the area, and now CRS helps pay staff salaries and provides us with equipment. The lab coordinates its activities with the local government. The water in local wells is quite contaminated, especially with Arsenic, as well as Nitrates, Nitrites, Iron, Manganese and Fluoride. The water became salinated after the Tsunami. We test here both the water from shallow and deep wells."
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INDONESIA Laboratroy for testing drinking water. Photograph taken in Meulaboh,  Aceh Province mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour.  The lab terchnician explains: "Every house well gets tested. UNICEF originally helped set up the lab to support other NGOs in the area,  and now CRS helps pay staff salaries and provides us with equipment. The lab coordinates its activities with the local government.  The water in local wells is quite contaminated,  especially with Arsenic,  as well as Nitrates,  Nitrites,  Iron,  Manganese and Fluoride. The water became salinated after the Tsunami. We test here both the water from shallow and deep wells."   stock photo
06id092 - INDONESIA Laboratroy for testing drinking water. Photograph taken in Meulaboh, Aceh Province mid-December 2006, 2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour. The lab terchnician explains: "Every house well gets tested. UNICEF originally helped set up the lab to support other NGOs in the area, and now CRS helps pay staff salaries and provides us with equipment. The lab coordinates its activities with the local government. The water in local wells is quite contaminated, especially with Arsenic, as well as Nitrates, Nitrites, Iron, Manganese and Fluoride. The water became salinated after the Tsunami. We test here both the water from shallow and deep wells."
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