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'Water from Air' Quenches Threatened Girls' Thirst in Arid Kenya

In this arid part of northern Kenya, water can be hard to find, particularly in the dry season. But a center run by the Samburu Girls Foundation - which rescues girls facing early marriage and female genital mutilation - has a new high-tech source of it. Since June, the center, which has rescued more than 1,200 girls, has used panels that catch water vapor in the air and condense it to supply their drinking water. "We used to have difficulties in accessing water and during a...

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