Sénégal 2021

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 asked some of the children where the water for the hand-washing facilities came from and the boys, who are their class responsibles for water, showed her around the schoolyard, together with Débora Waridel and Filipe. There is a tap, which is also used for drinking water – the water was all yellow! – and a well, but when they looked into the well, the water was so low that it would take a lot of work to bring it up. The children sang a Wolof song at the well, had a lot of fun and were particularly proud to carry the buckets of water with their “guests”.

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