Water supply systems in Syria have been devastated by conflict. In Syria, 14.6 million people have been impacted by the crisis and require regular access to water. Drinking dirty water is one of the most common causes of death in the developing world despite being one of the most preventable. Safe drinking water helps some of the most desperate families to break free from poverty and illness. Water is vital for drinking, cooking, hygiene and farming. With reliable access to water, thousands of lives could be saved each day. Ensuring access to water and sanitation facilities requires us to invest in proper infrastructure and sanitation facilities, as well as spread awareness of water conservation, hygiene, and sustainable usage.
Action For Humanity are supporting water stations in North West Syria with operational materials. We are aiming to reach 40,000 families (about 240,000 individuals) on a daily basis for six consecutive months.