Laying Pipe

With the help of the Peace Corps and a grant from USAID, townspeople lay pipework to bring water from a mountain spring some miles away, Korem, Ethiopia, 1968. Prior to the project, water had to be rolled in metal barrels from a river four miles away. (Photo by Paul Conklin/Getty Images)
With the help of the Peace Corps and a grant from USAID, townspeople lay pipework to bring water from a mountain spring some miles away, Korem, Ethiopia, 1968. Prior to the project, water had to be rolled in metal barrels from a river four miles away. (Photo by Paul Conklin/Getty Images)
Laying Pipe
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Paul Conklin / Contributor
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Date created:
January 01, 1968
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