CAPACITY BUILDING FOR IMPROVED WATER QUALITY IN AIDA REFUGEE CAMP

 This report describes work completed by the 2013 Water: Systems, Science, and Society (WSSS) Team (the WSSS team) in Aida Refugee Camp (Bethlehem governorate, West Bank, Palestine).

The report also makes recommendations for development of a water program at Lajee Center, a community-based organization serving Aida Camp residents. The work was conducted by an interdisciplinary team of Tufts University graduate students to address drinking water quality issues in Aida Camp. The WSSS team traveled to the camp in March 2013 to identify community concerns and assess Lajee’s resources, with the goals of building awareness of water quality issues and encouraging residents to work with Lajee on clean water issues.

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