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2009.12.11

* UNICEF: New water treatment plant secures supply for 120,000 Syrians affected by drought
* 시간: 02 min 12 secs
* 촬영도시: Salamieh
* 촬영국가: Syria
* 촬영일자: 19 Nov 2009


Time is running short for farmers in drought stricken Syria.


Poor rains have caused crop failure and reduced grazing pastures in much of the country.


Here in the central Governate of Hama, a new water station unit has been unveiled to secure a safe water supply for 120,000 residents.


The project of the Ministry of housing and the Governate of Hama was funded in part by UNICEF and the Embassy of Denmark.


SB: Danish Ambassador Christina Markus Lassen (English): "The speed which has characterized the construction of this plant has been remarkable and suits to urgency of clean water. I'm sure that the speed and effectiveness of this process has been due to a motivated group of people all striving for the same purpose."


Forty years ago the Al Qantara water plant processed water from the Al Assi River. Drought and climate change has severely depleted the river, leaving local communities dependent on wells.


Today, the water from these wells comes from a depth of 600 meters –the new reverse osmosis plant, cleans the water of dangerous levels of sulphur.


At the Ismail Salibi school, there had been no water supply at all …


SB: UNICEF Representative Sherazade Boualia (English): But now that the plant is almost fully working water is available for the drinking and also for the cleaning and use in the toilets, which basically reduces the stress that the students the teachers had when there was a lack of water.


Both the World Food Program and the UN Syria drought response plan have reported serious funding shortfalls in coping with the impact of the drought.


Government and UN assessments reveal a dire situation in much of the country for the health of children dependent on well water.

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