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AfDB to build waterresilient systems in rural communities

More than 200,000 residents will benefit from Malawi’s resilience programme

More than 500,000 trees have been planted as part of efforts by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to build water-resilient systems in Malawi’s rural districts. A total of 14 catchment management committees have also been created and according to the bank, more than 200,000 people have benefitted from awareness-raising activities.

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