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Wasser aus der Luft: Innovation soll Wassermangel in Gaza lindern
18.01.21

Wasser aus der Luft: Innovation soll Wassermangel in Gaza lindern

Das Wasserqualität im Gazastreifen zählt zu den schlechtesten weltweit. Ausgerechnet ein israelisches Unternehmen will für Abhilfe sorgen - mit Anlagen, die Wasser aus der Luft filtern.

SHOTLIST CHAN YUNIS, PALÄSTINENSISCHE GEBIETE16. NOVEMBER 2020QUELLE: AFPTV1. Halbnahe Fathi Sheikh Khalil, an engineer with the Palestinian civil society group Damour, filling a cup with water which has been extracted from the air via an atmospheric water generator machine developed by Watergen2. Halbnahe Fathi Sheikh Khalil drinking a cup of water which has been extracted from the air via the Watergen machine3. Nah Watergen logo on the atmospheric water generator 4. Abwärts-Einstellung Fathi Sheikh Khalil and another engineer standing next to he Watergen machine5. Abwärts-Einstellung engineers and project supervisors standing around the atmospheric water generator6. Nah droplets of water condensing and falling inside the Watergen machine7. Aufwärts-Einstellung Palestinian man filling a water bottle from a pipe connected to the Watergen machine8. Schwenk von rechts nach links large tanks storing water extracted from the ground inside a pumping station selling fresh water9. Verfolgungsfahrt Issa al-Farra, the owner of the water station, walking between the water tanks 10. Verfolgungsfahrt Issa al-Farra, turning on the machine that extracts water from the ground11. O-TON 1 - Issa Al-Farra, owner of a water pumping station (Mann, 67 Jahre alt, Arabic, 5 Sek.): 'There is not a lot of rainfall, which contributes to the salination of water, and there is no alternative. Rain would compensate for the lack of water that comes out of the ground. Moreover, sustainable agriculture has exhausted the amount of (ground) water over the years, in addition to an increase in the population.'12. Halbnahe man filling the reservoir of the water truck outside a water station in order to deliver and distribute to customers13. O-TON 2 - Issa Al-Farra, owner of a water pumping station (Mann, 67 Jahre alt, Arabic, 5 Sek.): 'There is not a lot of rainfall, which contributes to the salination of water, and there is no alternative. Rain would compensate for the lack of water that comes out of the ground. Moreover, sustainable agriculture has exhausted the amount of (ground) water over the years, in addition to an increase in the population.'14. Totale man filling the reservoir of the water truck outside the station in order to deliver and distribute water to customers15. Nah man filling the reservoir of the water truck outside the station in order to deliver and distribute water to customers16. Nah Taha Phasphos, a water seller, shifting gears while driving across Khan Yunis to deliver fresh water to customers17. Schwenk von links nach rechts Taha Phasphos, a water seller, driving across Khan Yunis to deliver fresh water to customers18. Halbnahe water truck parked outside a Palestinian home and pumping fresh water into a tank19. Halbnahe customer Ghassan Ashour filling his house's water tank with fresh water for drinking20. O-TON 3 - Ghassan Ashour, resident of Kahn Yunis (Mann, 26 Jahre alt, Arabic, 12 Sek.): 'The water we get from the municipality is saltwater that is not suitable for drinking, it is only suitable for washing, cleaning and bathing. So we buy water because we can't live without it.'PETACH TIKWA, ISRAEL17. NOVEMBER 2020QUELLE: AFPTV21. Halbnahe Watergen's water system placed on the rooftop of the building22. Totale worker demonstrating how the water pours using the Watergen's water system23. Totale Russian-Israeli billionaire, Michael Mirilashvili drinking Watergen's water24. Halbnahe worker showing a filter in the Watergen's water system25. Halbnahe worker demonstrating how the water pours using the Watergen's water system26. O-TON 4 - Michael Mirilashvili, head of Watergen (Mann, Russian, 8 Sek.): 'Unfortunately, we can not see it in Gaza, but we can feel it. This feeling is very important. I don’t know who (Gazans) they are. The most important thing is that they understood that this miracle is not from me. This is not my accomplishment or yours. This is a present from God. They understood that when God gives you something, you need to accept it. There are also religious people there.'27. Verfolgungsfahrt worker bringing glasses to drink water to his colleagues, among them Russian-Israeli billionaire, Michael Mirilashvili28. Halbnahe Michael Mirilashvili drinking Watergen's water, a worker pouring water into a glass

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