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River Landscape near Singhida, Tanzania. stock photo
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Cattle drinking water from a trough beside a water hole in Kansay, near Ngorongoro. They will carry the bucket of water upto 3 miles each way to and from their homes.They and their families suffer from parasites and intestinal complaints because of the contaminated water, Tanzania. stock photo
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Hauling water on donkey back by members of Watatulu tribe, Miyuguyu, near Shinyanga, Tanzania. stock photo
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Man taking water from a tap. Safe, abundant drinking water is provided by a development project of Caritas Tanzania, sponsored by Caritas Australia. Kighare, Same, in the North-East near Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. stock photo
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Watatulu tribes collecting water from a dry river bed in Miyuguyu, Shinyanga, Tanzania. stock photo
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Windmill for pumping clean water,Tanzania. stock photo
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Detail of (probably unsafe) drinking water from a stream. Kighare, Same, near Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. stock photo
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Local community installing water system for their village. This is a project of Caritas Tanzania financed by Caritas Australia, and will bring safe drinking water to the region for the first time. Previously people would have to collect, often unsafe, drinking water from distant streams and carry it in buckets on their heads. Kighare, Same, in the North-East near Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. stock photo
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Line of buckets waiting to be filled by a slow tap at a water distribution point in Kansay, near Ngorongoro. They will carry the bucket of water upto 3 miles each way to and from their homes.They and their families suffer from parasites and intestinal complaints because of the contaminated water, Tanzania. stock photo
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Line of buckets waiting to be filled by a slow tap at a water distribution point in Kansay, near Ngorongoro. They will carry the bucket of water upto 3 miles each way to and from their homes.They and their families suffer from parasites and intestinal complaints because of the contaminated water, Tanzania. stock photo
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Oxen hauling drinking water from a dirty stream. They must bring it several miles. Kansay, near Ngorongoro, Tanzania. stock photo
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Local community installing water pipes for their village. This is a project of Caritas Tanzania financed by Caritas Australia, and will bring safe drinking water to the region for the first time. Previously people would have to collect, ofetn unsafe, drinking water from distant streams and carry it in buckets on their heads. Kighare, Same, in the North-East near Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. stock photo
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Children washing themselves at the school tap. Fresh safe drinking water was installed in the district by Caritas Tanzania, thanks to a grant by Caritas Australia. Mvango village, Same, in the North-East near Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. stock photo
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Villagers washing their hands after installing water system for their village. This is a project of Caritas Tanzania financed by Caritas Australia, and will bring safe drinking water to the region for the first time. Previously people would have to collect, often unsafe, drinking water from distant streams and carry it in buckets on their heads. Kighare, Same, in the North-East near Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. stock photo
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Woman taking water from her tap. Safe, abundant drinking water is provided by a development project of Caritas Tanzania, sponsored by Caritas Australia. Kighare, Same, in the North-East near Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. stock photo
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Street scene n Mabitini with girls carrying water, Mwanza, Tanzania. stock photo
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Street scene n Mabitini with girls carrying water, Mwanza, Tanzania. stock photo
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Woman taking water from a tap. Safe, abundant safe drinking water is provided by a development project of Caritas Tanzania, sponsored by Caritas Australia. Kighare, Same, in the North-East near Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. stock photo
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TANZANIA Girls carrying buckets of water. Kalabezo. stock photo
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TANZANIA Girls carrying buckets of water. Kalabezo. stock photo
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Village of Mwamalasa, Shinyanga. Collecting water from a storage tank. The water is pumped by windmills into the tank, Tanzania. stock photo
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Village of Mwamalasa, Shinyanga. Collecting water from a storage tank. The water is pumped by windmills into the tank, Tanzania. stock photo
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Village of Mwamalasa, Shinyanga. Collecting water from a storage tank. The water is pumped by windmills into the tank, Tanzania. stock photo
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Village of Mwamalasa, Shinyanga. Collecting water from a storage tank. The water is pumped by windmills into the tank, Tanzania. stock photo
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Village of Mwamalasa, Shinyanga. Collecting water from a storage tank. The water is pumped by windmills into the tank, Tanzania. stock photo
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Village of Mwamalasa, Shinyanga. Collecting water from a storage tank. The water is pumped by windmills into the tank, Tanzania. stock photo
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Village of Mwamalasa, Shinyanga. Collecting water from a storage tank. The water is pumped by windmills into the tank, Tanzania. stock photo
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Village of Mwamalasa, Shinyanga. Collecting water from a storage tank. The water is pumped by windmills into the tank, Tanzania. stock photo
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Village of Mwamalasa, Shinyanga. Collecting water from a storage tank. The water is pumped by windmills into the tank, Tanzania. stock photo
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Woman with unsafe drinking water collected in a bucket from a stream near her home. The water is contaminated with amoebas and other parasites. Kighare, Same, in the North-East near Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. stock photo
         
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