Extend a water network to displaced villages in Yemen

Global Charity Association for Development
Extend a water network to displaced villages in Yemen - Global Charity Association for Development
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Yemen has suffered from a serious problem of water scarcity in some areas, as it is considered one of the least efficient countries in using water, in addition to being the poorest country in the world in terms of water resources. The water problem is considered one of the most serious disasters threatening the country, as it is one of the most important causes of poverty because it deprives huge numbers. Of the workforce from participating in the agricultural sector, which is the basic craft of rural Yemeni society, and due to the destruction of a large number of water resources, the high prices of fuel derivatives, the large waves of displacement that the country is witnessing, and the loss of a large number of families of their water sources, which forced the majority of the displaced and the population to use Rainwater contaminated with germs and dust residues and stored in open containers, which has exacerbated the health problem among the population and led to the widespread spread of diseases such as cholera, dengue fever, and many epidemics that have caused the death and injury of thousands of citizens and displaced people in recent years.

The idea of the project is to extend and connect a water liquefaction line with a length of 2,441 meters from the tower tank in the model village of Basma Amal, to distribution points via tanks with a capacity of 2,000 liters, which will be installed using concrete foundations in separate squares in the areas of the neighboring villages, in order to meet the needs of the displaced and affected families. of drinking water and domestic use on a permanent and sufficient basis, achieving a feeling of psychological stability and water security, and improving the health and living situation of 1,250 beneficiaries.

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Relief
Water
Yemen
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