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CCIJ: 'The Gambia's Water Paradox' - a young Gambian girl washes her face at an outdoor borehole - images ©Jason Florio

CCIJ – Center for Collaborative Investigative Journalism – ’The Gambia’s Water Paradox’

CCIJ Center for Collaborative Investigative Journalism – ’The Gambia’s Water Paradox’ . How a country with plentiful water resources is failing to provide safe water to its people.

More than 45.3% of The Gambia’s population is relying on contaminated water sources. CCIJ

CCIJ: 'The Gambia's Water Paradox' - a young Gambian girl fills her bucket with water at an outdoor borehole as other women stand in line to fill their containers- images ©Jason Florio
CCIJ: ‘The Gambia’s Water Paradox’ Images ©Jason Florio

’The Gambia’s Water Paradox’ 

Many studies have reported a range of health problems due to increased salinity exposure through drinking, cooking and bathing. CCIJ

Words by Lamin Jahateh. Images by Jason Florio for CCIJ – read/see more…’The Gambia’s Water Paradox’ 

CCIJ: ‘The Gambia’s Water Paradox’ Drone footage, The Gambia, West Africa ©Jason Florio

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Drone Technology, Rwanda. Images ©Jason Florio for MIT Technology

A Zipline technician carries one of the company's drones, Uganda - image ©Jason Florio for MIT Technology Review

A Zipline technician carries one of the company’s drones, Rwanda – image ©Jason Florio for MIT Technology Review

‘In Rwanda, an early commercial test of unmanned aerial vehicles cuts a medical facility’s time to procure blood from four hours to 15 minutes.’ Reporting by Jonathan W.Rosen  June 8, 2017 / Images (& video footage) © Jason Florio – for MIT Technology Review

The drone is monitored as it follows its pre-programmed flight path - image ©Jason Florio for MIT Technology Review

The drone is monitored as it follows its pre-programmed flight path – image ©Jason Florio for MIT Technology Review

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