Donation Levels for Global Water Projects for Year 2018
* Africa (Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania, Uganda)
a) Shallow Well Capped with Affrediv Pump = $5,000
b) Shallow Well Capped with Affrediv Pump = $3,500
c) Shallow Well Capped with Affrediv Pump = $1,500
d) Dug Well Project with Pulley = $2,500
e) Submersible Pump with Water Storage Tanks = $3,000
f) Water Gravity Scheme (in hilly areas) = $4,500
g) Submersible Pump with Water Purification System and Plant Room = $28,500
Donation Levels for Global Water And Sanitation Hygiene Projects for Year 2017
- Africa (Kenya)
h) Restrooms with Hand Wash Stands in Schools = $1,700/Restroom-&-Hand-Wash-Stand
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.
- 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:
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).
Nepal Earthquake 2015: A total of 1,980 kits distributed
Afghanistan Landslide 2015: A total of 200 orphans given kits
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.
Kenya: The establishment of 4 shallow wells helped 2,632 individuals
Pakistan Chitral Floods 2015: Clean drinking water provided to 20,650 people