Lebanon : Artesian Well : Ayta Shaab area
The cluster of three villages identified by our ground partners are Ayta Shaab, Rmeich, and Ramieh, and have a population of over 30,000 people who are in need of clean drinking water. Half of whom are indigenous, and depend on agricultural activities but are hampered by a lack of sufficient water resources. Hence, they rely mainly on rain-fed farming, leading to reduced harvests and hindering economic development in the region.
So far, as part of the attempt to rehabilitate and sustainably empower the locals in these three villages, our ground partners have already launched projects to support the agricultural activities including the provision of artesian water wells and water delivery systems. However, the need is still great, and an additional artesian water well is still desperately required in Ayta Shaab.
Total Cost: AUS $278,650
Approx: 3200 people daily
Non-flowing artesian well,(600-630 m. depth),supplemented by photovoltaic solar panels for the pumping system.
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