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DAY 68

DAY 68. This is the RPC3 family and Single Adult Female Camp. This is where asylum seekers still live in mouldy tents that flood during the torrential rains and are unbearably hot because they are in one of the hottest places on earth.   Advertisements

Australian Government · Australian Imperialism · Drinking water · Living conditions · Nauru government

A closer look at the land on Nauru

A closer look at the land. The mining has destroyed any chance of safely growing vegetables because most of the top soil was dumped out to sea. There is no safe drinking water on the island. All food and water has to be imported. The expense of fresh food makes diabetes and obesity the highest… Continue reading A closer look at the land on Nauru

Australian Asylum seeker policy · Border Force · Drinking water · Living conditions

Water, water everywhere but Nauru detainees missing out, critics say

Images of bottled water discarded at the Nauru tip or deteriorating outdoors have emerged, following reports that water shortages on the island mean asylum seekers use a washing machine as little as once a month and have limited access to drinking water. In one video, water bottles well within their use-by dates are abandoned in… Continue reading Water, water everywhere but Nauru detainees missing out, critics say

Drinking water · Living conditions

Drinking water is brought to Nauru and then thrown out on the tip

Drinking water on Nauru is brought in to Nauru by the ships from Australia. There is no natural drinking water on Nauru. Australians pay for all of the water on Nauru. Lots of the water is wasted   94 shares Comments Lynette Muirhead Shaking my head in disbelief Like · Reply · 3 · 10… Continue reading Drinking water is brought to Nauru and then thrown out on the tip