One of the many ways that the South Texas Human Rights Center contributes positively to this humanitarian crisis is by constructing and refilling water stations to help prevent migrant deaths. Every year, countless people die while crossing the harsh desert scrub land of Brooks County. The water stations prevent more deaths by providing a waystation of relief in an otherwise unforgiving environment. Building and replenishing the water stations is full-time endeavor that requires the aid of multiple volunteers. Please check out this short video that demonstrates how much work goes into the creation of one of these stations.