Access to Water, Armenian Bordering Villages in Crisis

Armenian villages in the Tavush region on the border with Azerbaijan, rarely have access to clean water. For those 24 villages, water is a precious commodity. The water supply has been a concern in the region for many years. Some get irrigation and/or drinking water every three to four days and sometimes even once a month. This, despite the fact that agriculture and cattle breeding make up the majority of economic activity in the region.