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DFID announces new support for vulnerable groups in Gaza

February 9, 2009

"...Action Against Hunger (£400,000) for water, sanitation and hygiene work. Because of damage to water pipes and wells, more than 250,000 people are believed currently to be without a water supply. Action Against Hunger will look to replace damaged pipes, valves and manholes and ensure individual households are reconnected, as well as raising awareness of good hygiene practices and water saving techniques. ..."

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