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Togo charity wins award for improving access to safe drinking water
by Karla Mendes
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19 February 2018
On 19 February 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
An African charity that improved access to drinking water and sanitation and reduced the chance of cholera deaths in a village in Togo was on Monday (19 February) awarded the Kyoto World Water Grand Prize. The award is granted every three years for outstanding grassroots projects to solve water issues in developing nations.
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