Historically, the Middle East suffered from the problem of the scarcity of such a vitally important source as water. In fact, this region is characterized by a very low amount of water and the access to water of a large number of people is limited. In actuality, many countries of the Middle East cannot provide their population with a normal and regular supply of water. As a result, water becomes one of the most precious natural resources in the region.
At the same time, it is important to underline that the infrastructure and water supplies in the Middle East are often under-developed because of a low technological and economic level of development of local countries. They cannot afford financial the construction of water supply systems because their construction is too expensive. Moreover, a large part of the population of the Middle East lives in remote areas and the construction of centralized water supply systems is technically practically impossible and unreasonable.
In addition, there is another serious problem concerning water resources in the Middle East. In fact, even those countries who managed to construct water supply systems cannot ensure that the water supplied to people is absolutely safe to their health. As a rule, the system of the water filtration is very poorly developed in the Middle East. As a result, the consumption of water is often accompanied by a risk of catching an infection disease. No wonder, water is one of the major source or cause of epidemics and deaths in the Middle East.
In such a situation, it is extremely important to concentrates efforts of the local countries and global community on the development of safe water supply systems.