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the African country has seen a significant rise in the number of long drought luxury ins in the past decade of trans national charities I'm local businessmen funded that construction about twelve charities tend to use sewage trucks to empty that pits some privately run toilets rely on men like bees , after collecting the waste they eventually MC it into a tribute tree of the Nairobi river which makes its way into the Indian Ocean tell you what he almost eighty percent of the world's waste water flows back into the ecosystem without proper treatment the U. N. says that means almost a culture of people drink water contaminated with human waste bashing debates deadly diseases like cholera dysentery typhoid