Water

Water

Severe water shortages will affect more than half the world’s future population of nine billion people by 2050 if governments fail to collaborate on international efforts to protect and conserve life’s most vital ingredient, experts have warned. One of the first indications of a future water crisis will be mass migrations of people away from areas without water. (Independent Newspaper)

We can survive for a month or so without eating food, we can only do a week or so without drinking water. Since the average human body is 75 percent water, with blood 92 percent water, bones 22 percent water, and muscles 75 percent water, it’s no surprise our immune system depends on our water intake. (Medical Daily)

Poor sanitation and contaminated water are linked to transmission of diseases such as cholera, diarrhoea, dysentery, hepatitis A, and typhoid. In addition, inadequate or absent water and sanitation services in health care facilities put already vulnerable patients at additional risk of infection and disease.

GHRF has an ongoing program of installing water well in Pakistan and East Africa to provide safe drinking water by building deep water.

Our well building projects are built to benefit whole communities providing safe drinking water and improving their live style.

So far we have built water wells in Gujrawalar , Kasur District and around Lahore. We have also provided deep water well in Kenya (2 in Kisumu and two in Mombasa )

If you would like to find these projects currently in Pakistan, the cost for Indus hand pump wells is £200 and providing a Water Filtration set in an area that benefits the whole community is £500.

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