UNICEF provides children with safe water in Mahmoudly camp in northeastern Syria
Over 8,500 people is benefitting by receives an average of 50 liters of water daily
UNICEF installed a water-pumping station at Mahmoudly camp for internally displaced families in Raqqa, northeastern Syria, benefitting over 8,500 people with improved access to safe water. Thanks to this intervention, every person at the camp receives an average of 50 liters of water daily. UNICEF also set-up water tanks, latrines and showers to improve the overall hygiene and sanitation situation at the camp.
“We need water for personal hygiene but also to protect ourselves against diseases including coronavirus,”
“Before the water-pumping station was installed, I could only shower once a week. Summers were especially hard,”