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Photojournal: Getting water in Africa
Teacher's problems

Bilal Shaban, 47, teacher at Mangashinie primary school, Tanzania

All teachers really like to teach in schools that have facilities and good water supply. But those schools are all in the towns and it's very tough to get a transfer.

So I am working here in a remote area where there is nothing. Here there is no access to water. We have dug a pit latrine, but every season it falls down and we have to build another one.

(WaterAid/Brent Stirton)

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