With the Mediterranean Sea bordering Palestine, Gift of the Givers developed three desalination plants, located in Khan Younis, Gaza and Nisyraat, to which seawater is channelled.
The water undergoes a process which involves removing salt and harmful minerals, making it potable and completely safe to drink. Through these desalination plants, the organisation was able to develop the capacity to provide between 200 000 and 250 000 litres of potable water every day.
The plants are made accessible to the public, enabling them to collect as required.
The organisation also collects water from the desalination plants using two water tankers, making regular deliveries to families living in refugee camps, students, hospitals, mosques and patients.
Gift of the Givers has also stationed water tanks within camps, so as to enable refugees to easily and conveniently store and collect water, in spite of limited supplies.