Somalia Urgently Needs Water
In the fatal droughts of 2011, around 250 thousand people died and thousands of people migrated to the surrounding countries such as Kenya and Ethiopia. Somalia is the edge of famine while the effects of the previous crisis has not yet compensated.
IHH Emergency Aid teams are working in Somalia to prevent the deaths due to famine and diseases. In the regions where water is not available, transportation of clean water is the short term solution. You can contribute to the region where deaths due to the drought are started.
The cost of sustaining a water tanker which covers the need of 800 people in cities is $180.
The cost of sustaining a water tanker which covers the need of 800 people in rural areas is $250.
The crisis is getting deeper, Somalia is waiting for your urgent help.
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