The Jewish Journal reported that Watergen, an Israeli company that manufactures machines that can extract water from air moisture, is aiming to provide hundreds of machines to Palestinian communities in Gaza.
The company’s owner, Georgian born Michael Mirilashvili, managed to get one of the machines installed on the Abdulaziz Al-Rantisi pediatric medical hospital. Each machine can produce 200 gallons of water a day form air moisture. Due to chronic electricity shortages, the machine at he Al-Rantisi hospital was installed to utilize solar power.
The full report by the Jewish Journal’s Aaron Bandler can be read here.