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What does the humanitarian term WASH mean? (water, sanitation and hygiene protection)
Some of the world’s poorest communities don’t have clean water to drink, decent toilets to use or good hygiene to protect themselves. Without these basics overcoming poverty is just not possible
The Messenger of Allah (saw) was asked, “Which charity is best?” He replied providing water” (Abu Dawud).
According to UN, Water Facts, today, 2.2 billion people lack access to safely managed drinking water services and 4.2 billion people lack safely managed sanitation services.
“I used to walk eight miles every day to collect water. The container was heavy and my young child had to make this journey in the heat with me every day. Thanks to Al-Khair foundation we now have a well in our village and life is much easier”
Al Khair Foundation strives to ensure that in those parts of the world where water is scarce, people get access to clean water, safe sanitation, and related hygiene facilities. We only deliver our water projects where they are needed the most. We do not make easy choices because we know that the provision of these projects is often the difference between life and death.
We build wells and deliver clean water programs where they are needed the most
For those living in poverty or in developing countries, poor sanitation facilities and lack of access to safe drinking water continue to be a major threat to life and livelihood.
You can help us give the gift of water to more impoverished people in many parts of the world by donating a Water Well, Hand Pump or a Water Tank today.
Giving the gift of water is one of the best sadaqah jariya projects that you can donate towards. For as long as people continue to take water from the well, you will continue to gain the rewards. Many of our current donors build wells on behalf of their deceased family members so that they will get the rewards even though they have departed from this temporary world.
Our water tankers provide an essential lifeline to thousands of people in Gaza and Africa. Without these tankers people would have limited options and would be prone to drinking dirty water which leads to further health issues.