Water For Life

Water For Life


DONATION LEVELS FOR WATER FOR LIFE PROJECTS
GIVING LEVELS FOR WATER AND SANITATION HYGIENE PROJECTS

Afghanistan

Well with Affrediv = $3,500

Bangladesh 

Rohingya Refugees Washrooms (5 Units) = $4,500

Africa [Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, Tanzania] 

Well with Affrediv = $5,000

Indonesia 

Washrooms (10 Families) = $4,800

Bangladesh

Deep Well = $2,500

Jordan

Washrooms (1 Unit) = $1,800

Cambodia

Water Tank = $2,000

Lebanon

Washrooms (1 Unit) = $1,800

Haiti

Deep Well = $20,000

Kenya

Washrooms (1 Unit) = $1,800

Indonesia

Water Well = $2,000

Somalia

Washrooms (1 Unit) = $1,800

Jordan & Lebanon

One Year Water Supply for 5 Families = $3,150

Uganda

Washrooms (1 Unit) = $1,800

Nepal

Pump = $1,300
UV Water Filtration = $8,000

Tanzania

Washrooms (1 Unit) = $1,800

Pakistan

Solar Powered Project= $1,300
Affrediv Pump = $1,300
Submersible Pump= $3,500
Gravity Flow Scheme = $4,000
Water Filtration Plant = $15,000
Reverse Osmosis Plant = $25,000

Pakistan

School Washrooms = $13,000

 

 

 

750 million people around the world lack access to safe water; that is approximately one in nine people. (WHO)

HHRD helps people gain access to clean water for daily consumption and irrigation purposes through construction and rehabilitation of water supply schemes.

Water For Life (WFL) & Water And Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) Programs of HHRD have improved access to clean drinking water for close to Half a Million persons between 2011 and 2015.

 

Most Common FAQ: How Long Does it Take for WFL / WASH Projects to be Completed? 
 

Answer: Since water projects have certain specifications requiring the approval of various government agencies, it typically takes 6 to 15 months for water projects to be completed following your valuable donation. During this time, you are most welcome to call or text at +1 (832) 275-0786 to ask for updates. We aim to complete the projects in the best possible and sustainable manner, and then provide a final formal completion report.

Objectives

1. Discover water sources: shortage or absent
2. Improve access to clean drinking water
3. Prevent water borne diseases
4. Raise awareness of proper sanitation and hygiene practices
5. Construct proper sanitation amenities

 

Water and Sanitation Hygiene (WASH):

Water borne diseases are rampant in areas where there are limited reserves and improper hygiene conditions. Improving access to safe drinking water, and making the habitation and environment cleaner is of paramount interest to each and every human being. Through donations to WASH we are able to:

- Provide basic hygiene and health education sessions
- Distribute hygiene kits
- Maintain water sanitation standards
- Install water purification systems
- Install safe household and public latrines

 

Water for Life:

WFL improves access to clean drinking water through installation of hand pumps, water filtration plants, construction of tube-wells, water wells, water storage tanks, and water supply schemes to meet basic and livelihood needs.

Recent Water Emergency Responses:

Hygiene Kits:

These kits were distributed in areas of natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes to combat the spread of water born diseases. Hygiene Kits include washing and bath soap, teeth cleaning sticks (miswak), towels, razors, combs, nail cutters, cotton rolls, aqua tablets, ORS and SODIS bottles (used to purify the water through sunlight).

 

Water for Life:

Water is indispensable in maintaining life; an adequate, safe and accessible supply of water is essential for the very survival of our world.

HHRD Recognized Amongst Top Zakat Charity

HHRD�s philanthropic programs have not gone unnoticed, we are ranked among the top-rated Zakat Eligible Charity in the USA. HHRD received an overall score of 98.23 out of 100, reflecting the trust HHRD has earned with US based donors

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