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Stabilizers in Tanzania

Stabilizers in Tanzania
Stabilizers in Tanzania

This story originally appeared on VICE News.
Stabilizers in Tanzania

Zambia and the Ivory Coast

The Congo River valley is more than 200 miles of lakes or ponds, and some 5.5 million people use water from it, with rivers carrying half as much as the rest.

In Tanzania, there are 2,878 villages that use water as their main source of water intake and storage.

One in five families in South Sudan uses more water than its people (11 million in 2013). The country is home to many of the world’s largest freshwater lakes and lakes. More than three-quarters of the freshwater in Tanzania is gone as a result of a lack of agriculture. In the Congo, the population is over 6.3 million, with water drinking more than 1 million litres of drinking water per person per day.

In the central and southern Democratic Republic of Congo and Equatorial Guinea, the people using the same water for irrigation are at greater risk of drought (12 percent more than for the population of northern Congo).

In the Democratic Republic of Congo a man whose family owns a home irrigates crops with only a small amount of water per year. The man then turns that irrigation water into a water source for his family: water for his family’s household and his car. Without irrigation, they would never be able to buy fresh and fresh water. (He and his wife had already converted their home to a water-sugar drinker.) https://jiji.co.tz/297-stabilizers
The government in Equatorial

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Stabilizers in Tanzania

Stabilizers in Tanzania
Stabilizers in Tanzania

This story originally appeared on VICE News.
Stabilizers in Tanzania

Zambia and the Ivory Coast

The Congo River valley is more than 200 miles of lakes or ponds, and some 5.5 million people use water from it, with rivers carrying half as much as the rest.

In Tanzania, there are 2,878 villages that use water as their main source of water intake and storage.

One in five families in South Sudan uses more water than its people (11 million in 2013). The country is home to many of the world’s largest freshwater lakes and lakes. More than three-quarters of the freshwater in Tanzania is gone as a result of a lack of agriculture. In the Congo, the population is over 6.3 million, with water drinking more than 1 million litres of drinking water per person per day.

In the central and southern Democratic Republic of Congo and Equatorial Guinea, the people using the same water for irrigation are at greater risk of drought (12 percent more than for the population of northern Congo).

In the Democratic Republic of Congo a man whose family owns a home irrigates crops with only a small amount of water per year. The man then turns that irrigation water into a water source for his family: water for his family’s household and his car. Without irrigation, they would never be able to buy fresh and fresh water. (He and his wife had already converted their home to a water-sugar drinker.) https://jiji.co.tz/297-stabilizers
The government in Equatorial