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Muitu — Since he installed a 1,000l rainwater collection tank at his home in central Kenya last year, Kennedy Kabunge has had few worries about access to clean water. The tank stores enough for his family’s drinking, cooking and laundry needs, and the supply can last for weeks even if new rain doesn’t fall.

But with Kenyan authorities now urging families to wash their hands frequently, as Covid-19 takes hold in the country, the once plentiful water is starting to run short...

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