Water, sanitation, and hygiene are immediate priorities for human survival. Before the conflicts in Syria began, 90% of the Syrian population had access to drinking water. The 8 years of instability has left 12 million people in the country in need of access to clean water for drinking, cooking and sanitation. The decaying infrastructure in the country is mainly the reason behind the deficiency.
The WASH programme aims to provide clean water for drinking, cooking and hygiene.
Human Care Syria is working in Northern Syria along with WATAN Foundation to provide the locals with access to clean drinkable water.
To ensure that access to clean water is provided to vulnerable families living in underdeveloped regions or in IDP camps inside Syria.
How can You help?
Several areas where people have access to water are still vulnerable due to the poor quality of water. And then there are areas where there are no sources of water. Human Care Syria and WATAN Foundation are drilling deep wells and distributing portable water filters help the local people improve their sanitation.