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|The UNHCR have an online [http://wash.unhcr.org/wash-gis-portal/ WASH '''GIS portal'''], which includes groundwater data from water boreholes at UNHCR refugee sites, including borehole locations, depths, casing diameters, rest (static) water levels and estimated safe yields.  
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|The UNHCR have an online [http://wash.unhcr.org/wash-gis-portal/ WASH GIS portal], which includes groundwater data from water boreholes at UNHCR refugee sites, including borehole locations, depths, casing diameters, rest (static) water levels and estimated safe yields.  
  
  
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|EAWAG (the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology) developed the [https://www.eawag.ch/en/research/humanwelfare/drinkingwater/gap/ '''Groundwater Assessment Platform'''], with information on geogenic (naturally occurring in groundwater) contaminants. This database includes some measured data on groundwater arsenic and fluoride concentrations, including in Africa.   
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|EAWAG (the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology) developed the [https://www.eawag.ch/en/research/humanwelfare/drinkingwater/gap/ Groundwater Assessment Platform], with information on geogenic (naturally occurring in groundwater) contaminants. This database includes some measured data on groundwater arsenic and fluoride concentrations, including in Africa.   
  
  

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