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By 2050, 70 million Ethiopians will be living in cities, while its population will approach 180 million, against the current population which is estimated at 100 million. The huge population growth poses a major challenge in terms of hygiene and access to water. Ethiopian authorities, in collaboration with UNICEF, are trying to anticipate future needs by expanding the construction of wells to pump groundwater and educating the younger generations about the importance of public health in terms of hygiene. displayAdvert("mpu_3") every day, every inhabitant receives from this source 50 liters. That means that for we in Wukro, we're safe now. At 50 kilometers from Mekele, the capital of the northern region of Tigray Wukro and which is home to 43,000 residents, rises in the rocky mountains. Around Central Avenue, buildings emerge and small industries are implanted, one example among others of the increasing urbanization of the Ethiopian giant. Gripped by drought, Ethiopia drills for waterhttps://t.co/wXF4Gccw8I pic.twitter.com/KirkPeQMO3— AFP news agency (@AFP) April 18, 2016 This urbanization “must absolutely be accompanied by access to water and improved hygiene,” says Tamene Gossa, a specialist in urban hygiene UNICEF, so that the new districts do not become slums. In 2013, Ethiopia’s government launched the
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