Well rehab programme brings new life to rural Ethiopia

In some of Ethiopia's remote villages, aid agencies are helping restore access to clean water.

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    Almost half of the people living in Ethiopia do not have access to clean drinking water.

    When a well is dug, the upkeep of the pump is crucial to ensure water keeps flowing.

    Al Jazeera's Leah Harding reports from the village of Wondo Genet.


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