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2006.11.16
This is Kilima’s burden… It is the same burden every morning. Like most women and many children in Niger, her daily routine starts at the traditional well. Soundbite (Hausa): Kilima Sabaou, 26, Mother “It is difficult for me to stay here for five or six hours every day. Because I have six children at home. “ From her home, it is a 30 minute round trip. A trip she will make 15 times today Finding something to eat is also a challenge, Kilima’s family is deeply in debt after last years lean season and they had to give away all of their harvest this year. They even sold the supports of their grain storage. She wants to find work, but her household chores take much of her day away Water is vital for their life, but harmful to their health. Soundbite (Hausa): Kilima Sabaou, 26, Mother “My two oldest children have diarrhoea all of the time. Most of the children here have the problem of diarrhoea.” Diarrhoea is chronic here and it contributes significantly to malnutrition in Niger. The water source is clean but dirt is kicked in and ropes bring in animal mater and bacteria – contaminating it. To help chart their progress, the women of Safou Nassaroua now weigh their children. It’s a struggle sometimes to get accurate figures, but any dip in their progress and these children are sent to the local clinic. In a nearby village, UNICEF has talked the problem at its source. A solar driven water pump enables clean water. The villagers pay a nominal fee to keep up maintenance. For now though, Kilima doesn’t have access to clean water and she will again make the journey to the well. *** Asset Name : UNICEF works to provide clean water for villagers in Niger Asset Duration: 02 min 07 secs Shoot City: Safou Nassaroua Shoot Country: Niger Shoot Date: March 21, 20
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