Access to drinking water
Targa – Maroc
Targa is an isolated mountain village in the province of Ouarzazate. Every year, this village is cut off from the world because it is very dependent on the vagaries of the weather. During the winter months, women and children spend at least 2 hours a day to get water from the hard-to-reach springs in the area. In order to ensure a sustainable access to drinking water for the local population, an in-depth technical study was carried out to identify a solution adapted to the context and the environment. Following the identification of the most relevant technical solution, a drinking water access system is set up and awareness workshops on good hygiene practices are conducted in the village.
Access to drinking water for 1 200 inhabitants of Targa.