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International aid organisation Life Needs Water has come on board to help resolve the recurring water crisis at the Aus Settlement in the ||Kharas Region. 

Currently, about 1,200 Aus residents have their water rationed due to underground water depletion.

A delegation from "Life Needs Water", which specialises in constructing wells in Africa, this week went on an inspection visit to the settlement.

NamWater officials and the Regional Councillor for Namiǂnus, where the settlement is located, accompanied them.

Gabriel Stuck, Austrian Manager for Life Needs Water, said the organisation plans to start implementing solutions to the water crisis as early as December 2023.

NamWater Geo-Hydrologist Alina Kadhila expressed NamWater's commitment to solving the settlement's water crisis and pledged that the bulk water supplier would find a long-term solution to end the water crisis, although it might take a bit longer than expected.

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Cloete Luqman