“Thirst” threatens Sudanese refugees in Chad … Could the crisis get worse?

Sudan Events – Talal Mudathir

Sudanese refugees in the Chadian city of Adre suffer from extremely complex conditions that have reached the point of a severe shortage of drinking water.
“In refugee camps in Adré, around 200,000 people receive only five to six liters of water per day, which is far below the recommended emergency level of 20 liters per day,” said Christophe Choliak, MSF project coordinator in Adre.
Although the organization established “15” water collection points, they are not sufficient for the purpose, which prompted the organization to launch an appeal for international NGOs and donors to move quickly to address this urgent humanitarian crisis by ensuring that people in camps have access to safe drinking water in a sustainable manner.

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