Qatar implements water projects in Sudan
(MENAFN) Many places in Sudan have received Qatar's Charity implementations of different water projects which were established to provide clean potable water to poor and needy people.
The projects include establishing water plants, drilling artesian and surface water wells, and providing a drilling unit to dig deep wells.
Director of the QC's Office in Sudan, Hussein Kermas, said, "By providing safe drinking water, Qatar Charity aims to improve the public health of poor communities and to control diseases, which spread through the use of contaminated water".
The projects include drilling 255 wells equipped with hand pumps, setting up three large water plants with overhead water tanks having a capacity of 50 cubic meters and equipped with an energy source (generator / solar energy), and establishing 11 medium water plants with 30 m3 overhead water tanks equipped with energy sources in addition to the distribution of maintenance kits for hand pumps, and the formation of wells and water plants management committees.
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