The al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine ensures the delivery of water to a neighborhood that suffers from the scarcity and lack of water.

A region of Karbala Governorate lacks water in a village that is no more than 12 kilometers from its center in the Zabeeliya area, its simple inhabitants depend on one source of water, which is the water transported through the tanks provided by the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, due to the scarcity and weakness of their water sources.
The solution came by the servants of Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him) when they decided to deliver fresh water to this area inhabited by 51 families.
The head of the engineering maintenance department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine; the authority overseeing the implementation of this project. Engineer Samir Abbas briefed the al-Kafeel Network by saying: “After appeals were sent by the residents of this area to the General Secretariat of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, which in turn expressed its approval immediately, we set out to prepare the designs for the project and conduct acts of it preliminary examination and determining its requirements, so that our staffs will carry out the stages of implementation. "
He added: "The work on this project included the following:
- Carrying out excavation works for the project after preparing the ground and tracks for the pipes, with a depth of (80 cm).
- Extending a water network of approximately (750 square meters) and a water pipe of 4 inches in diameter.
- Connecting the water network to the main liquefaction network.
- The filling and leveling of all excavations so as not to affect the general shape of the area or its streets. "
Noting: "The work was completed in record time and within the specifications of the Karbala Water Department. And the area is currently blessed with water after its dependence on the tanks."
The people of the region expressed their sincere thanks and gratitude for the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine and those responsible for this humanitarian initiative and the speedy response to the appeal.
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