De l'eau pour tonoumassé

1987, 28:00 minutes, colour, French & English


In the south of Togo, in West Africa, women spend up to eight hours a day walking to and from the nearest river for their daily supply of water. Unknown to these women, the river water is contaminated and the source of debilitating water-born diseases. This video documents a project which is bringing potable water to 165 villages in Togo.

Au sud du Togo, en Afrique de l'Ouest, les femmes marchent jusqu'à trente kilomètres par jour pour s'approvisionner en eau. Ces femmes ne savent pas que l'eau de la rivière est contaminée et qu'elle constitue une source majeure de maladies infectueuses. Cette vidéo décrit les activités d'un projet visant à apporter de l'eau potable à 165 villages togolais.

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