The Emirates Red Crescent Authority, through the Embassy of the State in Sudan, has provided three integrated solar-powered stations to provide water in areas with scarcity in North Kordofan State as part of its initiatives to expand the scope of the “Emirates Water” project in many countries facing the challenge of providing safe drinking water sources. due to drought and drought.
More than 75,000 people benefit from these stations in the locality of Jabra Al Sheikh, and the villages of Wadi Al Habal, Umm Shujaira and Raheed Abu Sita in North Kordofan State.
The country’s ambassador to Sudan, Hamad Al-Junaibi, said, “These stations come within the framework of the UAE’s support for projects that meet the beneficiaries’ need for drinking water, which is the basis for development in these areas,” stressing the UAE’s continued support for Sudan in all humanitarian and development fields.
For his part, Deputy Secretary-General for Development and International Cooperation of the Emirates Red Crescent Authority, Fahd bin Sultan, stressed that the authority attaches great importance to providing water in countries that suffer from scarcity of water resources, and seeks to expand the scope of its initiatives, considering water as the lifeblood, and indispensable in the areas of development and improvement. human life, and enhancing its ability to face health and environmental challenges, especially in areas less fortunate in development and reconstruction.
Citizens of Jabra Al Sheikh locality in North Kordofan state expressed their thanks and appreciation to the Red Crescent Authority and the UAE Embassy in Khartoum for their initiative and reaching them in these remote areas, which contributed to the provision of drinking water through solar-powered wells.