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Te Ipukarea Society: Drinking water for the remote Tokelau atolls

Saturday 20 July 2019 | Published in Environment

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Te Ipukarea Society: Drinking water for the remote Tokelau atolls
Nurses at Tokelau's hospital at Nukunonu now have access to purified water. 19071938

Tokelau is a small island (big ocean) territory of New Zealand, located west of Pukapuka and north of Samoa. It has a total population of only 1500 people, with less than 10 sq km of total land area.

Tokelau is a small island (big ocean) territory of New Zealand, located west of Pukapuka and north of Samoa. It has a total population of only 1500 people, with less than 10 sq km of total land area.


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