Water Projects

Clean water is essential to life and health, yet countless families around the world lack access to this basic necessity. In poor areas of Pakistan, many families struggle to find clean drinking water, leading to illnesses and other health problems. Ar-Rahmah Trust is committed to providing access to clean water for those in need through our water projects.

Eye Camp 1 - AR Rahmah Trust
Eye Camp 1 - AR Rahmah Trust

Our Water Projects:

We offer several options for donors who want to make a difference in the lives of others.

Hand Water Pump (£150)

Our Hand Water Pump, priced at £150, is an easy-to-install direct action pump that brings clean drinking water directly to poor families' homes. This pump is easy to install and maintain and is a cost-effective way to provide clean water to those who need it most.

Motor Water Pump (£250)

Our Motor Water Pump, priced at £250, provides convenient access to clean water for widows and the elderly without the need for manual pumping. With no need for manual pumping, this pump provides easy access to clean water that is essential to health and well-being.

Eye Camp 1 - AR Rahmah Trust
Eye Camp 1 - AR Rahmah Trust

Water Well (£1300)

For communities in need of clean water, our Water Well project is priced at £1300 and provides access to clean water for large numbers of people every day. Without access to clean water, people may have to travel long distances to obtain water that may be contaminated with disease.

Donation Procedure:

  • Fill out the online donation form and make the payment.
  • Our team will begin the installation process, which typically takes 6-8 weeks. ​
  • Upon completion, you will receive photographs of the installed water pump with its plaque, as well as the location and the family who received it.
Eye Camp 1 - AR Rahmah Trust

Sa’d ibn Ubadah reported: “He said, ‘O Messenger of Allah, the mother of Sa’d has died, so what is the best charity I may give on her behalf?’ The Messenger of Allah, Peace and blessings be upon Him, said, ‘Water.’ Sa’d dug a well and he said, ‘This is for the mother of Sa’d.’“
[Abu Dawud]