Burundi: local chlorine to make water drinkable - La vie ici

2022-12-08 22:13:34 By : Mr. Warming Wang

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Burundi: local chlorine to make water drinkable - La vie ici

In Burundi, a quarter of children under 5 suffer from a disease linked to dirty water, according to the Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies.However, the imported chlorine used to decontaminate it is very expensive.Olivier Nihimbazwe, 29, decided to make it locally.Its “Water for Development” project already benefits 120,000 people in the municipality of Rugombo.He would like to extend it to the entire province of Cibitoke, or even beyond, in the provinces that form the "cholera belt", explains Hugues Safari from Blog Yaga.

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Burundi: local chlorine to make water drinkable - La vie ici

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