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Shahanara, a Rohingya mother of three children, collects water from one of 30 water points in Camp 15 that provide chlorinated potable water to more than1,000 refugee and host community families. World Vision installed the innovative solar-powered water network, funded by Global Affairs Canada. Photo: Himaloy Joseph Mree, World Vision
Pump it up: Solar-powered network delivers water to refugees’ doors
Getting a glass of water for your child shouldn’t be difficult. But here in the world’s largest refugee camp in southern Bangladesh that is home to almost 1 million Rohingya, parents struggle daily to have enough clean water for their children to drink and for other basic needs. A new innovative solar-powered water network installed by World Vision is changing that grim reality, providing clean drinkable water to 5,000 refugees daily in Camp 15 and in neighbouring host communities.
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