As part of public awareness, tree posters are used to pass messages to anyone passing by. Hence cholera messages reach many people. Original photo on Instagram
Congestion at the scoop in Kaniche village because a water point in a village 700 metres away from Kaniche is broken and the community members of this village are using the same scoop. Original photo on Instagram
Terina born in 1933 from Kaniche village coming from Lingadzi river where she went to draw water for her family. Terina’s children are all married and she stays with her 80 old husband. Original photo on Instagram
Daily Archives: 7th September 2012
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