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24 March 2017 / 25. Jamaad-Ul-Akhar 1438

Muharram 1437 Ali Asghar Water Appeal: What did we achieve?

Posted on Thu, 2016-03-10 15:13

Muharram 1437 Ali Asghar Water Appeal:  31 water wells, 1 toilet block and 2 water projects under construction thanks to donors 

Last Muharram, The World Federation launched the MUHARRAM 1437 ALI ASGHAR WATER APPEAL to build 40 water wells in 40 days in the deprived areas of Kenya and Syria. Thanks to the support of donors from across the world, the appeal raised enough funds to build the following water projects in both Kenya and Syria:

Kenya:

24 water wells

5 water wells with kitchen gardens and trees planted around the well

1 public toilet block

1 water tank replacement

1 water harvesting plant

Syria: 

2 community water wells in Damascus 

The water projects are under construction and already 5 wells in Kenya have been completed. Because the wells in Syria are much larger, they will take about one year to complete. The World Federation takes this opportunity to thank every donor whose generosity is bringing clean water to families in need.

DONATE ONLINE: ALI ASGHAR WATER APPEAL

In Europe, click here

Rest of the World, click here

JAMAAT TREASURER

Donate directly to your Jamaat Treasurer

For more information, please email relief@world-federation.org


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