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Using food waste to make clean drinking water

A Ugandan entrepreneur has devised a way of using old bones and vegetable peelings to make clean drinking water.

Timothy Kayondo uses the waste to create activated carbon for his mobile water purifier.

Find out more on People Fixing the World.

Video journalists: Allan Atulinda and Daniel Gordon. Reporter: Mercy Juma

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