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The latest from Mali

Catch-up with Gifford pair Mark Richardson and Rebecca Mulley, who have travelled to Mali to build a barrage across the remote Woni river.

You can now read their second blog from the baking heat of Mali.

Without electricity and running water, the pair have now arrived at their destination, the village of Mafèlè, where they have begun work on building a barrage acrodd the river Woni to provide more reliable drinking water in this dry region.

Read the second part of their experiences in Mali here.

Read the first part of their journey here.

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