The project aims at providing on site small water treatment units for four main clinics in the Gaza Strip. Currently, the clinics are getting the clean water needed for washing, operations, drinking and other uses from movable tankers. These tankers have very unstable and have inconsistent water quality and the source of the water is not clearly recognised. Each time, The Ministry of Health has to conduct water quality checks beforehand and unfortunately, in many cases, water quality tests fail.
£100 could provide clean water to 20 patients for one month.
The proposed water purification units intend on producing safe, clean and drinkable water as per the WHO standards where patients, staff members, visitors can safely drink the water.