The direct beneficiaries are the 15,000 to 20,000 villagers in the Oudalan area, and their livestock, all affected by desertification and droughts.
The whole community wants access to drinking water, but women and children in particular are seeing their workload reduced through long journeys to obtain water. The local population is involved in the projects, and provides the labour force.
Each village elects a management committee with a coordinator.
To contribute to the reduction of poverty of the Oudalan population, to facilitate access to water, to improve living condition.