The state aid agency of Turkey has installed 4 water filtration facilities in the southern Sindh province of Pakistan for providing clean water to nearly 1 million people.
The reverse osmosis filtration facilities have been installed in the less developmental areas of the port city of Karachi and Hyderabad in collaboration with the Al-Khidmat Foundation, the nation’s one of the biggest non-governmental organizations—NGO said in a statement by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency—TIKA.
Kamil Kolabas—the advisor to the Turkish minister of culture and tourism, and the TIKA’s Karachi Coordinator—Ibrahim Katrict on Saturday who inaugurated the water filtration facility in the western Orangi town of Karachi.
Kolabas in his comments at the inauguration ceremony said that TIKA is aimed at providing clean and safe drinking water to the citizens of the Orangi Town via this project.
He further said that similar projects were being introduced in other parts of the nation as well for helping the citizens have access to potable water.
Previously, TIKA installed three such facilities, two of them were set up in the area of Landhi and one in the Buffer zone areas of Karachi and one in the Mithi of Tharparkar district.