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The action also sought blood lead screening for children and pregnant women in Kabwe, and a clean-up of the area to ensure that the health of future generations of children and pregnant women was not jeopardised.
The action also sought blood lead screening for children and pregnant women in Kabwe, and a clean-up of the area to ensure that the health of future generations of children and pregnant women was not jeopardised.
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