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Dakar women grow herb business from floodwater
by Kathryn M. Werntz
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6 March 2015
On 6 March 2015 Reuters reported:
Though the coastal cities of Senegal are situated on the fierce Atlantic Ocean, it is floods from heavy rains they struggle with, rather than rising tides. A common solution is to pump floodwaters into the ocean. But one innovative project is trying to capture the water instead, for use in gardening during water-short periods of the year. In Pikine, a suburb of Senegal's capital Dakar, the 'Live with Water' project captures floodwater in large sandy basins, around which cash crop gardens of mint and basil provide an income for local residents.
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