The Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees is using the Israeli company, Watergen for its innovative technology that supplies fresh and mineral-enriched drinking water from the air.
By LIOR NOVIK
Water is a basic and necessary component of life. But for millions of people in Syria, a country that has been torn apart by a devastating civil war for more than a decade, there is no access to clean water, which causes the spread of preventable diseases and death.
The humanitarian aid organization, Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees, has found a way to meet the water needs of the Syrian people by using Watergen technology, developed by the Israeli company that produces clean and mineral-enriched drinking water from the air, powered by solar energy. Continue Reading »