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Four in 10 Ethiopians don’t have access to clean water. A striking photo exhibit shows how the women cope

The images depict a harrowing reality. Image: REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

Nita Bhalla

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Knowing the way to tomorrow from Water Life collection by Aida Muluneh commissioned by WaterAid and supported by H&M Foundation. Image: Aida Muluneh/WaterAid
Star shine, moon glow from Water Life collection by Aida Muluneh commissioned by WaterAid and supported by H&M Foundation. Image: Aida Muluneh/WaterAid

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