The water and sanitation programme for the refugees

Monday, November 21, 2011 at 11:16
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The refugee camps in eastern Chad accommodate hundreds of thousands of people, including displaced Chadians and refugees from Darfur, the region in western Sudan whose bloody conflict has gradually fallen into international oblivion. These camps are located in the Sahel region, a semi-arid zone that has been devastated over the past few years by harsh drought. In addition to water scarcity, there is no sanitation infrastructure for the refugees, who live with displaced people and the indigenous population in a clima.

The refugee camps in eastern Chad accommodate hundreds of thousands of people, including displaced Chadians and refugees from Darfur, the region in western Sudan whose bloody conflict has gradually fallen into international oblivion. These camps are located in the Sahel region, a semi-arid zone that has been devastated over the past few years by harsh drought. In addition to water scarcity, there is no sanitation infrastructure for the refugees, who live with displaced people and the indigenous population in a climaThe refugee camps in eastern Chad accommodate hundreds of thousands of people, including displaced Chadians and refugees from Darfur, the region in western Sudan whose bloody conflict has gradually fallen into international oblivion. These camps are located in the Sahel region, a semi-arid zone that has been devastated over the past few years by harsh drought. In addition to water scarcity, there is no sanitation infrastructure for the refugees, who live with displaced people and the indigenous population in a clima