IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation
Drinking water supply for Gazan students
Supplying water to Gazan schools that lack water due to collapse of region’s infrastructure by filtering ground water
Palestine, Middle East 03.11.2008

The number of problems facing Palestinians is compounding. Gazan children are drinking ground water at school although this water is not fit for drinking. The result is proliferation of diseases among school age children. The monthly cost of filtered water for one school is about $200. The project is planned for five months and has a budget of $25,000. It will provide 18,650 people with healthy drinking water.     
 

Project Name: Supplying drinking water to primary school students 

Project Cost: $25,000 

Country: Palestine, Gaza 

Estimated Duration: 5 months 

Number of Beneficiaries: 18,650

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