Bali-Aralle (Bali-Caraale) is a remote village in the Saraar/Sool region, which is about 100 km from Burao, Togdheer. With the funds raised so far by individual donors, water-trucking and more information gathering efforts are underway.
Update: September 13, 2018
German Humanitarian Assistance from the German Foreign Office through Save the Children and the Somaliland Ministry of Water Resources built a modernized water borehole that uses solar power for Bali-Aralle. Our sincere thanks to the German people for funding this project!
On February 24, 2017, Nomad Relief went on a needs assessment trip to the village, Ilka-Adays, Togdheer, Somaliland. A water-tanker delivered water at the same time. The funds for the water were contributed by individuals through various campaigns in Canada.
On March 19, 2017, Nomad Relief delivered a tanker of water to Unbur-Libah,
Togdheer, Somaliland. The village is located about 55 km east of Burao. There are 400 to 450 permanent residents but around 40 more joined recently from the outskirts due to the drought.
The generous donors to the fundraising campaign allowed for the purchase and delivery of 600 Sodium Chloride IV solutions for fighting dehydration at the one and only Mother Child Health (MCH) center in the Qorilugud district. Thank you, donors!
On September 2018, Save the Children, German Humanitarian Assistance and the Somaliland Ministry of Water Resource presented to the public the outcome of their joint efforts for a modernized borehole using solar power at Qorilugud, Buhodle region, Somaliland.