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September 26, 2014
Water Missions International of NC has sent 5 water treatment systems to West Africa to help curb the spread of Ebola (and cholera) from contaminated water.
"A South Carolina nonprofit organization working to get clean drinking water for people has sent five water treatment systems to a town in West Africa hard hit be Ebola. Water Missions International of North Carolina says it has two staffers working in Liberia.... Each of the five water treatment systems can provide safe drinking water for 5,000 people a day. Water Missions International has also sent 10 chlorination devices, solar panels and water quality test kits." -- Associated Press