Clean water drilling wells

Clean water drilling wells

In Africa and Bangladesh, millions of people are forced to drink polluted and unsanitary water due to lack of safe drinking water, which has led to an increase in the number of deaths from diseases linked to malnutrition and the use of polluted water.

For this reason, the Organization is making great efforts for the project of drilling wells and supplying clean water to alleviate their suffering and bring life to our brothers in Africa and Bangladesh by implementing this project in different regions, especially The Gambia, Senegal and Bangladesh through manual drilling and artesian wells. And with solar energy

In Africa and Bangladesh, millions of people are forced to drink polluted and unsanitary water due to lack of safe drinking water, which has led to an increase in the number of deaths from diseases linked to malnutrition and the use of polluted water.

For this reason, the Organization is making great efforts for the project of drilling wells and supplying clean water to alleviate their suffering and bring life to our brothers in Africa and Bangladesh by implementing this project in different regions, especially The Gambia, Senegal and Bangladesh through manual drilling and artesian wells. And with solar energy

Drill clean water wells

Gaza has long suffered from a double water crisis, represented by: the lack of safe drinking water and the lack of sanitation services. In addition, more than 108,000 cubic meters of untreated wastewater flows daily from Gaza into the Mediterranean Sea, which poses severe public health risks in Gaza.

The population of Gaza is two million people – half of them are children.

Gaza gets only 5% of the water supply from Israel. The main source of water for Gaza is the coastal aquifer, but the over-extraction of groundwater leads to rapid depletion of the water as people have no other choice.

Worse still, only 4% of groundwater is suitable for drinking due to pollution and seawater intrusion, and the rest must be purified and desalinated to make it drinkable.

As for the cost of water, it is exceptionally high, reaching (about 7 $) per cubic meter, and in order to alleviate their suffering, the International Relief Organization IRO bought a significant amount of potable water and distributed it to poor families.

Drilling wells with solar energy in Gambia