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Azerbaijan: ICRC helps provide clean drinking water

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A shortage of drinking water is making life even harder for people in Azerbaijani frontline villages already suffering the effects of the Nagorny Karabakh conflict. Since 2008, the ICRC has been upgrading the water supply system in villages close to the “Line of Contact.” Gaziyan, a village in Terter region, is one of those benefiting from the project. More than 140 houses in the village now have safe drinking water, thanks to work carried out by the ICRC in cooperation with local authorities and community members.

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