Providing clean safe water – transforms lives for good!
Worldwide over 780 million people around the world lack access to clean water.
Many communities lack access to clean water for many reasons; from drought to oppression, to a lack of infrastructure. If we’re going to break the poverty cycle, we need smart, sustainable solutions.
You can make a BIG difference to the lives of thousands across Pakistan from as little as £130. Donate now and give the gift of fresh, clean water to those in need.
The Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) once said, “The best charity is giving water to drink.” [Ahmad]
Zia Ul Ummah Water Appeal
Reliable access to safe, clean water means that drinking, cooking, washing, and making wudu no longer pose a risk of illness.
It also means that women and children don’t have to walk for miles to collect – often dirty – water. The average distance that women and children walk to collect water in Pakistan is 2 miles, carrying around 20 litres of water.
Now – just think of what your water charity can do. Your water charity, which you give by donating a handpump, can help people stay healthy, grow their own food, have time for children to go to school, or for women to start their own businesses.
When making the donation please include the day and date that you would like to sponsor in the comments box.
Give water today!
Clean safe water is just not for drinking; it is important for cleanliness and hygiene, performing ablution, cooking, growing food and prevention of waterborne diseases.
Just imagine the reward received by ensuring that people are happy, hydrated, and hygienic! One of the ways we’re doing this is by installing hand pumps building wells for impoverished communities.
Our school water project
In a school of over 800 children in the village of Ghotki, Sindh many children where regularly absent due to illness caused by a lack of clean water.
With your generosity, we were able to implement a water filtration system that will provide water for many years to come.
Without the Zia Ul Ummah Foundation, children would have missed valuable time for education and the chance to fulfil their potential.