A Moroccan fog-harvesting project was awarded a UN Climate Change prize yesterday in Bonn, Germany.
The system, developed and installed by Morocco based NGO Dar Si Hmad, is said to be the largest fog-water harvesting system in the world.
Thanks to the project, more than 400 people from isolated villages on the edge of the Sahara Desert in Morocco have access to running water.
This has been of enormous value to the village women who used to spend more than three hours a day walking to fetch water from far-away wells…
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