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How the Marere Springs brings life to Kenya's Shimba Hills National Reserve

How the Marere Springs brings life to Kenya's Shimba Hills National Reserve
 
Marere Springs in coastal Kenya David Bwakali

Two-fifths of Kenya’s 46 million people do not have access to reliable clean water.  The Shimba Hills National Reserve in Coastal Kenya is where the source of the Marere Springs can be found. These springs are one of the four major water sources people on the coast. In the third part of our series on Kenya's forests, David John Bwakali went deep into the Shimba Hills National Reserve to find out how it interacts with the springs.


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