June 20th, 2022
Mona Relief’s team in Sana’a city started on June 20, 2022 providing 40000 liters of clean water per week to 4 previously installed water tank points in the capital Sana’a.
With the new 4 points the total of water tank points that are being supplied by Mona Relief is 15 points. The new four points is located in Sawan area of Amnat al-Asimah Sana’a.
Mona Relief started supplying the four points with 40000 liters of clean water per week and each water tank is being supplied with 10000 liters per week.
The total number of water tank points were installed in Sana’a governorate and Amanat alAsimah by Mona Relief during 2020 to 2022 is 11 points. And with the new four points the total number of water tanks became 15 points.
Since 2022 Mona Relief continued providing clean water to families in the targeted areas.
The total of clean water points that being supported by Mona Relief in the capital Sana’a is ten points, where we provide more than 55,000 liters per day to more than 3250 families along with 40000 per week to 300 families in Sawan area of Sana’a city.
Clean water project started for first time in March 2020 with supplying three already installed tanks with clean water for 30 times monthly each . In April 2020 Mona Relief installed three others points and started since then providing clean water to 1800 families at Heziz area of Sanhan district in Sana’a governorate providing 24 liters per day. And in August 2020 we installed a new water point in Bani al-Harith area of Amanat alAsimah providing 5000 liters per day.
Our project continued during the 2021 in supplying our water tanks with clean water daily.
During August and November 2021, Mona Relief installed three water points more in Bani al-Harith area in Sana’a city. Providing 15000 liters per day. The total number of clean water tanks is 10 points. And the total of water liters during 2021 is 29, 940,000.
Mona Relief is expecting to increase its intervention in water project in the next year with more water tank points and more clean water to IDPs and the most vulnerable families in Yemen.
Water is essential for life, health and human dignity. In extreme situations, there may not be sufficient water available to meet basic needs and in these cases, supplying a level of safe drinking water for survival is of critical importance.
15 million people in Yemen have had their water supplies severely cut, putting them at risk of deadly diseases like cholera and COVID19 because of a fuel crisis and Lack of funding from Donors.
According to WASH Cluster, more millions of people depend on water truck in IDPs hosting sites in Yemen. All IDPs hosting sites suffer from lack of Water since the beginning of 2021.