Kenyan `Water ATM' Seen Easing Supply Woes in Nairobi's SlumsBy
City targets water for 1.2 million living in shanty towns
Technology may battle `water cartels' who now sell supplies
An automated machine that dispenses water for cash may be the solution to irregular supplies for 1.2 million people living in the Kenyan capital’s slums, Nairobi City Water & Sewerage Company Ltd. said.
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