In the pursuit of ensuring access to safe and clean water, IHS Ethiopia takes a multifaceted approach, and our Water Tank Installation initiative plays a crucial role in achieving this goal. Access to potable water is a fundamental human right, and our organization is dedicated to making it a reality for communities in need.

Since 2020, we have made significant strides in our mission. IHS Ethiopia has installed water tanks with a capacity of 25,000 liters at the Alemwach refugee site. These strategically placed tanks serve as reservoirs of hope, providing access to clean water for thousands of individuals.

Furthermore, we have installed water tanks with a capacity of 10,000 liters in temporary settlements for Eritrean refugees in the Northern Gondar, Amhara region. These tanks are not only critical for refugees but also benefit the nearby health center with water system installations that can serve both the refugee and host communities.

Thanks to the support from our generous partners, including RRS and the European Union, IHS Ethiopia has expanded its impact. We’ve installed water tanks with pipeline systems capable of reaching and serving 11,000 host communities in the Alemwach refugee site area. This ensures that even more individuals have access to clean water, transforming their lives and contributing to their well-being.

Our Water Tank Installation program is a testament to our commitment to providing communities with a valuable resource that is essential for life. Clean water is not just a convenience; it’s a necessity, and we are determined to deliver it.