One of the most critical needs in the fight against poverty around the world is the need for clean water. Deaths from diseases caused by dirty water are easily preventable. Even so, the lack of access to clean water continues to complicate life for those in poverty.

 

Your gift of water can save lives.

 

With your support, we aim to bring safe clean water to all. By empowering people with this fundamental human need, we’re helping provide families with hope, health and the opportunity to break the cycle of poverty.

 

How you can help

£37.50 will buy a 250-litre tank filled with drinking water in Gaza

Sadaqah Jariyah

£90 will provide a hand pump in Sindh Pakistan

Sadaqah Jariyah

£125 will give a family in Yemen a permanent water supply and water tank

Sadaqah Jariyah

£100 will connect a school or a mosque to the main water grid in Uganda.

£950 will build a spring well in Uganda or  £1850 will provide a large water tank including fitting in Uganda.

£1500 will build a Solar Submersible Pump in Sindh Pakistan.

Solar Submersible pumps can supply water to locations which are beyond the reach of power lines. Commonly, such places rely on human or animal power or on diesel engines for their water supply or where frequent power cuts are observed and the power when available is not pure and enough (like conditions in rural Pakistan). Solar Submersible pumps can replace the current pump systems and result in both socioeconomic benefits as well as climate related benefits as well as the existing pump can also be driven using highly efficient control Electronics with MPPT which maximize the Solar Power extraction. The water supplied by the solar water pump can be used to irrigate crops, water livestock or to provide potable drinking, cooking and sanitation water.

Providing water is a very good way of offering a Sadaqah Jariyah (continuous charity) as the donor can expect to reap Allah’s blessings for as long as the well supplies water. 

 

‘The Messenger of Allah (saw) was asked, “Which charity is best?” He replied, “[Providing] water”’. [Abu Dawud]