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Water, Pestilence, Power: Traveling the World to Photograph the Relationship Between Humans and Water.

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In 2012, Sierra Leone suffered a devastating outbreak of cholera, which affected tens of thousands of people and killed more than 200. At the center of the disaster was water. Exacerbated by the rainy season, the disease was transmitted through drinking water and unsanitary conditions. The overcrowded slums of Freetown, the capital, became a breeding ground for the outbreak, where having safe water made the difference between life and death. Continue Reading

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