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Improving water supply issue raised


ICE vice president Paul Jowitt raised the issue of improving water supply and sanitation to reduce poverty in developing countries at the Commission for Africa conference held in Edinburgh on Monday. He stressed the need to form partnerships with organisations in the developing world to help deliver the United Nations' Millennium development goals. Jowitt leads the ICE presidential commission Engineering without Frontiers.

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