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Water is scarce in parts of Africa. Women and children spend several hours a day fetching water, which delays schooling and work. Water is often extremely turbid, shared by humans and animals, and children often have diarrhea. The long water intake path has prevented many children from going to school and losing access to education in order to obtain water, and some children are sick due to drinking unclean water or have accidentally lost their lives during the process of water intake. Therefore, we think of a concept similar to the Internet to try to solve the problem of water resources, a bit like the concept of a WIFI sharer.
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