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digital   Saturday, 02/04/12 06:08:27 PM
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Ethiopia Africa has a Crisis in Water.

Similar to many African countries, parts of Ethiopia face water shortages, poor sanitation, and a lack of access to clean water sources.

Access to drinking water has not improved, the World Bank estimates that 31% of communicable diseases are related to unsafe water. In Ethiopia, diarrhea alone causes more than 1,600 deaths daily—the same as if eight 200-person jumbo-jets crashed to the ground each day. Hygiene practices also continue to be a problem in Ethiopia.



Every 20 seconds, a child dies from a water-related illness

GO TO LINKS:River Water Harvesting in Ethiopia

http://youtu.be/s5FHyDJEzhc

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http://youtu.be/UdV4V2fb1Mg

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