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Renewable energy brings water to all

More than a billion people in developing countries have no access to safe drinking water. Population growth, pollution and over-exploitation have all contributed to water scarcity. An EU-funded project is working on developing a solution: a simple, low-cost, user-friendly water purification system which converts contaminated water into quality drinking water using renewable energy without any chemicals. A journalist from the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre visited the project, and sends us this report.
 
This is part of a series of features on projects funded by the EU’s Regional Programme, prepared by journalists and photographers on the ground or the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre.
 
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