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Women at the Well


Near the village of Mamdi, Chad
February 9, 2004

Women from the village of Mamdi in the Lake Chad region take turn at a borehole water well. Only 27% of Chad's population have access to a controlled water source. (Photo taken Feb 9, 2004 by Embassy N'Djamena Coordinator Les Mcbride)

Women collecting water from the village of Mamdi from a borehole well. [Photo taken Feb. 9, 2004 by Embassy Self-Help Coordinator, Les McBride]


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