The "Ghaith" project for drilling wells is one of the important development projects that come within the framework of the sustainable development of the Global Family Association.
To combat drought and provide safe drinking water in remote areas affected by water scarcity, Morocco ranks 22nd among the world's countries in terms of water stress, according to new figures announced by the World Water Hazards Institute of the World Resources Institute, Among them, we mention the "Al Jardan" region east of the city of Agadir, the "Al Haouz" regions north of the city of Marrakesh, and the "Eastern side" regions of Morocco, and others, And with the decline in the dam stock, which reached from 50 to 100 percent in some of them, which resulted in a shortage of irrigation water. In some cases, it reaches 100%, and the situation may deteriorate to the point of interruption of the water network in these areas, which leads to death. Trees and agricultural crops, so the project targets vulnerable and needy groups within the rural world by providing clean water For drinking, given the dependence of millions of rural and desert dwellers on groundwater and the fallow system that is based on rainfall.
The reports of the Ministry of Agriculture and Industry have shown that vast areas have been subjected to a severe drought for the last two decades.
United Nations statistics indicated that the number of fertile areas decimated by drought is equal to the area of the country of Ukraine since. In the early eighties, the World Resources Institute report confirmed that water management in fragile systems, especially in the Middle East. North Africa can be a key to growth and stability, and Morocco is an integral part of this system, in particular, affected a group of dry areas. Accordingly, the Global Family Association decided to drill more than 1,000 wells in order to reduce the burden on those affected. Which makes us need machines to drill wells and start the work of the committee in charge of the project, knowing that the cost of drilling one well in Morocco. It reaches from 4000 to 6000 dollars, and this is not within the capacity of these needy and vulnerable groups of society.