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Featured photo: A modern oasis in India

A villager in a remote region of India picks up his daily supply of clean drinking water

A villager in a remote region of India picks up his daily supply of clean drinking water that has been purified by Healthpoint Services Global India Ltd. to prevent waterborne diseases. OPIC last year committed a $3.5 million loan to the company, which is an affiliate of the U.S.-based Healthpoint Global Services Inc., to support the construction of small water treatment facilities to some 400 communities in India that have limited access to safe drinking water.


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