Like the rest of the rest of the departments and divisions of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, the Watering Division of the service affairs department at the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy shrine has put an action plan from the first day to the tenth of Muharram, the peak of the Ziyarat.
It provided a total of 3 million RO water, which were supplied by the Water station of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, in addition to providing 14.000 ice briquettes from the ice factory of the holy shrine, as well as 1.920.000 single-use glasses of water from the al-Kafeel Factory that are distributed cold to the visitors.
Haj Ahmad Hannon; the head of the mentioned division has explained to Al-Kafeel Network the following: "The division's work is continuing to meet the need of the visitors and the processions, as a result of the high temperatures." Adding: "The action plan of the water division included the following axes:
First: Providing the service processions with the water using special vehicles during the duration of the Ziyarat, even in the peak days.
Second: The outer departments of the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine.
Third: Inside the holy sanctuary of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him), by installing an integrated water network for the purpose of supplying the water savers scattered in the holy sanctuary or in the internal and outer basements.
Fourth: The area between the two holy shrines, the streets and the nearby roads, including all control points and the areas where the water suppliers are located, all of which were supplied with water using the special vehicles for this purpose.
Fifth: The closer houses to the holy sanctuary that are either provided with water directly from the division or by the citizens.
Sixth: The locations invested by the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine to accommodate the visitors in schools and Hussayniyat.
Noting: "The division’s employees have worked continuously in spite the huge crowds that have filled the streets, but this service was not stopped around the clock, using two shifts daily, day and night shifts."