Water for North Africa
Shortages of water – in terms of both quantity and quality – remain one of the most important issues in North Africa. A growing network of pipelines transports this vital nutrient from seawater desalination plants and underground water reserves across the desert to improve the supply of running water – for drinking water, sanitary facilities and cultivating the land.
»Clean drinking water is essential for health and quality of life. It is a fantastic feeling to know that I am supporting people in my region through my work and that I can pass on my knowledge and experience to young colleagues.«