It is an endless humanitarian crisis, the lack of the basic life requirements, such as food, drinking water, healthcare and education, and the growing problem of water scarcity and the difficulty to obtain it, all made civilians seek for alternatives to sustain life.
Within its series of projects in WASH program, #Ihsan for Relief and Development started the first phase in preparing an artesian well to provide a reliable clean source of drinking water to reach 4000 people in Babis, in rural Aleppo
Many areas in #Syria are suffering from an acute shortage of #water, as the result of expanding the besieged areas, an preventing water and electricity. The #national organizations have reported that there is about 70% of Syrians, currently are suffering from the shortage of drinkable water.
Within the #WASH Program, #Ihsan Institution for relief and development, has installed three water stations in three areas; Abyad –#Aleppo Suburb and Sarmeen – #Idleb Suburb, in order to reduce our families suffering, and to provide drinkable water for those in need.