Water and Sanitation
The semi-arid Middle East suffers from a chronic lack of water caused by climate change, drought, growing cities, over-consumption, waste and pollution. Pollution caused by raw sewage and rising seawater infiltration makes 90 percent of Gaza’s water unfit for human consumption. Nearly 10% of Palestinian communities in the West Bank remain without access to piped potable water systems.
ANERA expands access to clean water
For nearly four decades, water access and sewage management have been at the heart of ANERA’s programs across the Middle East. Our engineers know the range and scope of the problems their communities face and have the expertise to fix them.
With funding from the US and other governments, we erect reservoirs, repair and expand water networks, renovate water sewage systems, repair hospitals and clinics, install clean toilets in preschools.
Water and Sanitation Stories
Hebron is known for its grapes, glassblowing and pottery, but many villages are secluded and cut off from basic needs.
Learn how ANERA helps Palestinians in Qalqiliya through sustainable development.