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Four facets of water in MENA’s conflict and forced displacement crisis (Edoardo Borgomeo, Anders Jagerskog, Carmen Nonay, World Bank blogs)

Water splashing hands. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Water splashing hands. (Photo: Shutterstock)

When he first arrived in Jordan, Abd was shocked by the lack of water. He fled Syria in 2013 after the destruction of his house and out of fear for his children’s lives. But since arriving in Jordan, he has grown accustomed to conserving water and using less of it. “Water shortages are a constant risk,” he said, “and with the COVID-19 pandemic, I have had to buy additional water from tankers at great cost for my family.”

Four facets of water in MENA’s conflict and forced displacement crisis (worldbank.org)