African Childhoods: Education, Development, Peacebuilding, by Marisa O. Ensor (eds.)
By Marisa O. Ensor (eds.)
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To address the hygiene problem, unfiltered water, still relatively unsanitary, began to be sold in small plastic bags. In about 1995, a more professional, cheaper, and healthier approach to water purification and packaging emerged, paving the way for what is known today as pure water, or insu. Hundreds of water purifying companies have since registered with the Ghana Food and Drugs Board. Pure water is very cheap and in high demand throughout Ghana. Households looking for additional sources of income often either started their own filtering and bagging business, or purchased already filtered and bagged water from larger depots to sell.
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LW E N D O it off, but then it got stuck in the shaft and was making a PAH PAH PAH PAH PAH noise every time it went around. ” The tandi knelt down and saw Omari—his shirt ribboned, his shoulder and back bleeding. ” Omari shouted to the tandi. ” Omari was immediately taken to a local police station, where he was interrogated and asked where his parents were. “I just said to the police that my parents lived in Arusha, and that I had been trying to return to Arusha,” he recounts. Omari was put on the next bus north, and he reached his intended destination later that evening.