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Posted on Mon, 2015-03-16 10:08
March 22nd is World Water Day and to do our part in promoting the basic human right to access clean water, The World Federation completed the construction of 36 water well hand pumps in villages across Pakistan and is building another 92 water wells in the region.
Report on construction of 36 water well hand pumps
In August 2014, The World Federation of KSIMC began rebuilding 36 water well hand pumps across 15 villages in Pakistan’s District Mianwali. The population of District Mianwali is about 2 million people and Shia Muslims make up about 25% of this population.
These wells, which were once a water source for the local people were destroyed by flash floods caused by heavy monsoon rains. Today, the wells have been completed and families are once again able to easily access clean water. Each of these wells were sponsored by various donors.
To read the full report, click on the PDF attached.
TO ORDER YOUR WELL
Sponsor water well hand pumps in full or in part. For wells sponsored in full, please send the following information to email@example.com so that we can have plaques made, and ensure that you receive a report and photos of your sponsored well:
- Donor Name
- Donor Address
- Donor Email
- Donation Amount and currency
- Donation Date
- Method of payment (how and where)
- Description of well(s) sponsored (by location):
- Copy of Receipt of Donation
- Name/text for plaque
In Europe, click here.
Rest of the World, click here.
Donate directly to your Jamaat Treasurer
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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