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HAI charity digs 62 water wells in Somalia
Wednesday, June 06, 2012
WAM AJMAN: 62 water wells digged by the UAE's Ajman-based Human Appeal International (HAI) in different drought-hit Somali areas are now operational and serve hundreds of families.
With a total cost of AED 630000, the 20 meter-deep wells were fitted with the latest equipment to provide water to families dependent on agriculture and raising cattle in local communities such as Heran and Bai, to the North and West of the capital city of Mogadishu.
Assistant secretary general of HAI for financial and administrative affairs Abdullah Al-Awadhi said the project was completed in a very short time before temperature reaches maximum peak.
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