Amman Imman plans to build a borehole in the Azawak of West Africa this winter, alleviating the thirst of over 25,000 people - children, adults and refugees who've fleed Libya - and their animals. Without water, the people of the Azawak suffer not only from thirst but also from hunger. UN aid agencies consider the current drought and food crisis in Niger to be worse than its been in over a…
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Even the youngest gets a drink
May the Water Flow
Goodbye to the Thirst!
The Azawak: 120 degrees and no water
Water Crisis in the Azawak