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Iraqi Kurdistan. Good quality water already flows from the taps!

Residents of the Iraqi settlement Shev Baluka have access to drinking water! Just a few months ago they were trying to deliver it by connecter garden hoses, and today water already flows from the taps. It is one of several places in Iraqi Kurdistan, where the PCPM Foundation develops the savage network. Soon works will also start in the federal part of Iraq.

Iraqi fields like deserts. Thanks to PCPM, residents have access to water

Bibava and Kame are Iraqi villages located far from the center of the Sheikhan District and inhabited by dozens of many-children-families trying to make a living by working in the fields and sheep farming. They are “trying” because the temperature exceeds 40 degrees for six months of the year, and the drought has turned the surrounding fields into a desert. The PCPM Foundation found a solution and took care of access to water in this area. Water is already gushing from the ground - reports Jarek Zarychta from Iraqi Kurdistan.