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Solar water wells in a school and mosque

Solar water wells in a school and mosque

Solar water wells in a school and mosque

The Messenger of Allah said, ‘’The best charity is giving water to drink.” (Ahmad)

£37 – Provide one person with access to a solar-powered water well at a school, mosque or community centre in Tharparkar, Pakistan.

This Ramadan, give the best of charities and reap the blessings year after year.

A staggering 41% of deaths - and a fifth of all diseases - in Pakistan are linked to drinking unsafe water. Tharparkar, Sindh experiences some of the most extreme water scarcity in the country. 21 million people in Pakistan don’t have reliable access to clean water and experts predict the country could run out of water by next year.

This Ramadan, we’re working to provide three solar-powered water wells in Tharparkar, in a school, mosque, and community centre, helping a total of 886 people have access to clean water for years to come.

Sadaqah Jariyah

A water well doesn’t just provide the best of charities, it’s a Sadaqah Jariyah that continues to give, and every drop continues to bless the giver for as long as it’s in use. Change the future for an entire community and reap the multiplied blessings of Ramadan, when good deeds are rewarded many times over.

Your water gives life this Ramadan

When families don’t have clean water, it doesn’t just mean they can’t drink, it also means they can’t grow vegetables to eat, or care for their animals, or stay clean. In drought-hit Tharparakar, sustainable clean water creates the opportunities for jobs, frees up time to allow mothers to earn a living and children to go to school.

With your help, we want to support some of the most vulnerable villages in Tharparkar, where current water sources are unsafe, contaminated, or very far away. 650 people will have direct nearby access to these facilities, and another 236 will be able to access the clean water pumps at a short distance.

Our project will be overseen by water and field engineers and a site supervisor, ensuring that the water pumps are installed sustainably in areas where groundwater is safe and accessible in the long term, ensuring that your charity provides clean water year after year. We also train a village committee on the day-to-day maintenance and financial management of the new solar pumps, as well as on trouble-shooting, repair, and sustainability.

All donations to Human Appeal projects this Ramadan are Zakat-applicable, and you can calculate what you owe with our easy-to-use Zakat calculator.

Why give through Human Appeal?

For 32 years, Human Appeal has been giving mercy to the world’s most vulnerable, and we’ve been working in Pakistan since 2006. Last year alone, thanks to generous supporters like you, we helped 4.3 million people in 27 countries, including over 1.5 million people in Pakistan.

Our projects are run by local staff, our civil engineers and water specialists all work together to improve the lives of the most vulnerable, and the future of their country. When you entrust your charity to us, it’s supported by over 30 years’ experience, and specialists in sustainable water, hygiene, engineering and rural development.

If you want to change lives in Pakistan, with meaningful, impactful projects run by capable, caring hands, entrust Human Appeal Pakistan with your charity this Ramadan.

Help us to provide sustainable access to drought-hit areas of Pakistan this Ramadan, and reap the multiplied blessings of the month of mercy.

Human Appeal is committed to providing aid in the country or programme that you select. In the event we complete the programme, exceed the required funds, or are denied access to a particular country for reasons beyond our control, Human Appeal reserves the right to reallocate your donation to another programme where it is needed most.



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