In 2015 Cuba had to face the most severe draught of its history since 1901, with consequences on water supply in the basins that provide Santiago city.

Therefore, the project aims to increase risk perception of the phenomenon and acknowledgment of the necessity of adjustment strategies, rational use of water included. The project also proposes to establish measures and tools that facilitate the adjustment of draught creating consciousness on alternative water resources which are not exploited, like rain. It also promotes communitarian risk reducing actions on the basis of specific needs of women and people with disabilities, strengthening the level of urban resilience of the city.