OVERVIEW

We aim to improve Water Distribution Infrastructure so that poor families do not have to rely on fountains, wells, or lakes to satisfy their daily water needs.

One in four children will reside in places with extremely severe water stress by the year 2040.

1.2 billion is the estimated number of people who live in areas of water scarcity.

Water availability in Pakistan has plummeted from 5,229 cubic meters per inhabitant in 1962 to just 1,187 in 2017.

Pakistan has only 13% of the cultivable land being saline and 30% of agricultural land being waterlogged.

53,000 children under five die each year from diarrhoeal related diseases.

45% of children under the age of five are stunted.

Why this Matter is very Urgent

Climate change on our globe is resulting in unpredictable weather patterns and increasing sea levels. Natural disaters are increasing and floods/storms are stirking areas which has led to extreme water pollution. Soil and water pollution done by large companies and factories in our ever-growing capitalistic economy is effecting the quality of drinkable water as well.

Children’s life depends on the quality and availability of water, which is under threat. One in four children will reside in places with extremely severe water stress by the year 2040.

Floods have recently caused water-borne illnesses and denied children in South Asia a healthy environment.

Children in East Africa have been forced to travel great distances in quest of water due to drought. Additionally, as sea levels rise in the Pacific, salt water is infiltrating into water sources, rendering them unconsumable.

In the poor and less developed regions in Pakistan, women and children have to walk miles and miles in order to obtain just enough water to stay alive, let alone cleaning themselves and maintaining hygiene.

Health effects on people

Thus, working on this problem will not only IMPROVE lives, but SAVE them too.

Deadly diseases come from consuming and using dirty water daily:

  • Extreme Diarrehoea Cholera Typhoid
  • Nervous System Damage Reproductive Effects
  • Some Chronic Diseases like Cancer
  • Dysentery Gastrointestinal Illnesses

Ways in which we can fight this problem

We need your full support through funds and donations,so that we can provide communities with underground water storage tanks so that they can have access to safe water whenever they want.

Rain water resorviors are being made wherever feasible so that no natural water is gone to waste.

We are aiming to make people more aware, through educational campaigns, about things like proper waste disposal, how to maintain personal as well as spacial hygiene,hand washing ect.

A very important step we are taking is to install irrigation systems in farm lands so that water can reach crops efficiently and the crops can produce abundant yield. This will help fight the food problem as people will produce their own food as well as excess food products to sell and make a living.

We are looking to improve Water Distribution Infrastructure so that poor families do not have to rely on fountains, wells, or lakes to satisfy their daily water needs. Connecting people with public water supply through underground pipes, tankers, or even systematic water bodies will help give people peace of mind as well as help them direct their focus and energy into earning a living and becoming productive.

We must put the technology and resources we have in the 21st century to use. Your donations will help us fund solar energy projects where systems can pump treated water to areas where it is most needed.

We are looking for donations so that we can construct an efficient system of dug wells and tube wells so that the poor community has a hassle-free, organised, guaranteed clean water supply system.