Severe drinking water crisis in Wadi Osher, North Darfur

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The people in the areas south of El Malha in North Darfur are suffering from a severe drinking water crisis.

A resident of Osher reported to Radio Dabanga: “All the water stations in the region are not operating anymore owing to a shortage of fuel and spare parts. We currently fetch water from El Malha town, which is miles away from Wadi Osher. We leave early in the morning, and return in the middle of the night.”

Read more: https://www.radiodabanga.org/node/74125

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