January 1, 2022
On January 1st, 2022 Mona Relief started supplying 3 IDPs site in Sana’a governorate with 42500 liters of clean water per day.
Mona Relief ‘s intervention came after receiving a request from WASH Cluster Yemen to provide 42500 liters of clean water per day to Dharwan, al-Reqah, and al-Swad IDPs hosting sites due to the need for water there and because the main previous provider wasn’t able to continue supplying the 3 sites for the first three months of 2022.
And in responding to the request from WASH sup Cluster Mona Relief started supplying water tanks on January 1st providing 30,000 liters of clean water per day to more than 270 HHs in approximately (1814 individuals) at Dharwan hosting site, 10,000 liters to more than 129 HHs in approximately (769 individuals) at al-Reqah hosting site, and 2500 liters per day to more than 32 HHs in approximately (141 individuals) at al-Swad hosting site in -Hamdan district – in Snaa’a governorate.
The total liters of clean water that will be provided to the 3 IDPs hosting sites per day is 42500. And the total number of beneficiaries in the three sites is 431 HHs in approximately (2724 individuals)
A total of 297,500 liters of clean water will be provided weekly and 1,190,000 liters will be provided monthly.
The total of 3,570,000 liters will be delivered during the three months from January to March 2020. This project is funded by Mona Relief through our fundraising campaign in Patreon.
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.