"Slovenian" Drilling Rig reaches Darfur.
The Humanitarian Foundation H.O.P.E. concluded a ten-year charity campaign to enable people in Darfur to now seek their drinking water deep underground.
The drill on two trucks, along with other humanitarian aid, was brought to the people of Darfur. The drilling machine has already drilled several water wells from which water flowed in the arid region of Darfur, Suleiman Jamous of the Sudanese organization Hope for People told the Hope Humanitarian Foundation.
Thanks to the people of Slovenia
Suleiman Jamous thanked all the people in Slovenia who had the understanding, will, and patience to help prevent the consequences of the water wars, which are being abused to change the demographic structure in Darfur.
Clean drinking water in the desert, where the Sahara expands by seven kilometers a year, is necessary for survival.
With the successful launch of the drilling machine, the Humanitarian Foundation H.O.P.E. hopes that people who have been able to stay at home and maintain their dignity and pride should not "flee to refugee camps in neighboring African countries or seek asylum across the Sahara and beyond the Mediterranean."