Janet from Kaniche washing clothes and plates in the river and she will collect drinking water in the same river because this is their better source to compare with the small tiny scoops used by other members of this village…
Mrs Ephraim from Bokola having lunch with her children and ready to leave the young ones alone and spend the rest of the day time at the river to collect water for her home. Original photo on Instagram
Zephenia aged 14 has decided to start a small business and find some money to buy school uniform and go back to school. His only fear is the water problem in the village which will make his business go on…
Daily Archives: 1st July 2012
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