Israeli Solar-Powered Water Machines Continue to Provide Clean Drinking Water Amid Gaza Conflict.
In the middle of the Israel-Hamas conflict, there’s a positive story emerging from southern Gaza. Thanks to solar-powered machines from Israel, thousands of people now have access to clean drinking water. These machines, set up by the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, use a cool method to turn air into drinkable water.
Placed in Abasan Al Kabira, Abasan Al Jedida, and the Nasser Medical Center in Khan Younis, these three machines are like water factories, making 6,000 liters (that’s almost 1,600 gallons) of water every day. This is enough water for about 2,000 people. The process involves cleaning the air, cooling it to get the humidity out, and then treating the water to make it safe to drink.
One cool thing about these machines is that they don’t need electricity. They have solar panels that make them work. A person named Michael Mirilashvili, who has a lot of money, paid for half of each machine. The Friends of the Arava Institute got the rest of the money and bought the solar panels.
Up in northern Gaza, there are four more machines, but we’re not sure if they’re still working because the fighting there is really intense.
The Arava Institute works with Damour for Community Development to keep these water machines going, not only in Gaza but also in the West Bank. Even during the conflict, these machines are helping out, making sure people have clean water to drink.
This story shows how smart ideas and working together can make a big difference, even in tough times.
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