Image:Rebuilt bridge on Bragoto River.jpg

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Downloaded from a US government website. It can be presumed to be public domain as the alt text makes no claim of copyright. The alt text (and the text accompanying the image) reads as follows: "Bridge spanning Chad's Bragoto River which had collapsed, forcing farmers in the region of Koumogo to travel 127 km to market their produce in Sarh, as opposed to the direct link of 63 km using bridge. It was rebuilt with SSH funds by the Koumogo Village Association. (Photo taken Dec. 2, 2002 by Embassy Ndjamena's SSH Coordinator Les BcBride)"

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