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Subcollections John Robinson
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Credit Line John Robinson / South Photos / Africa Media Online
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Keywords black and white image,horizontal,Jantique River,Africa,Mozambique,water supply,drinking water,refugees,flood victims,Samora Machel Camp,Limpopo River,water pump,water pipes,water purification,floods,refugee camps,February,2000,
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Country Mozambique
Creation_date 2008-02-22T21:49:47
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Media Id 119_921
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Description ipjr02220107feb 2000 Jantique MozambiqueA worker checks the pump an water pipes leading to the water purefier. During and after the heavy rains in Southern Africa and Mozambique in February 2000, and the consequential flooding of the surrounding areas a severe shortage of drinking water prevailed in the emergency relief camps along the Limpopo River in Mozambique. Jantique is the name of a small stream flowing out of a catchment area a short distance from one of the emergency relief camps. Once this water was chlorinated it supplied drinking water to about 5000 people at the Samora Machel camp.. ©John Robinson/South Photographsmocambique water flood purification
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