Iraq update:lack of power, clean water and basic sanitation aggravated by extreme drought

Ditch to Nowhere, Falluja, Iraq courtesy NY Times, 2008
Ditch to Nowhere, Falluja, Iraq courtesy NY Times, 2008

Thanks to the wonders of Evernote, which rocks like Barack, the Waterblogged.info will not have to laboriously cut and paste the url’s to 13 or so current stories about Iraq’s water situation, thus freeing up time for us to make phone calls for Obama.

Go HERE to visit our public Evernote folder containing current news stories and other articles about Iraq’s increasingly desperate water situation.

All were written in 2008, most from summer to October. Scroll down to see the articles/pages, or, to view them as they were meant to be seen, click on “clipped from” followed by a url at the top. For the sake of balance, we’ve included boastful and what just seem to be misleading articles from America.gov and Sandia National Labs about all of the progress that has been made helping the Iraquis rebuild and manage what we’ve destroyed.

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