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Featured photo: Collecting drinking water in Ghana

In Winneba, Ghana, residents fill containers near a local drinking water facility

In Winneba, Ghana, residents fill containers near a local drinking water facility. OPIC is providing political risk insurance to support a project to modernize the water infrastructure in Ghana, where a shortage of clean water is linked to 20,000 deaths each year.


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