Gift of Water

Gift of Water

Transform communities with this precious gift

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Ways to Donate


Here are ways you can help

Tube Well

R4 500


R12 850

Community Well

R48 500

The Water Crisis

1 in 9 people do not have access to clean drinkable water

Children lose 443 million school days annually due to water-borne diseases

Dirty water kills 3.5 million people a year

We Want To Make Clean Water A Basic Right For Everyone, Rather Than A Privilege For A Few.

Muslim Hands evaluates the needs of vulnerable communities around the world who rely on contaminated water sources. We construct different types of wells providing an adequate supply of clean water to poor communities for years to come.

Access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) facilities can change so many facets of people’s lives: improving overall health in children, preventing women from walking long distances daily to collect dirty water, lifting communities out of poverty and providing hope for bigger prospects.

Despite the water crisis, your generosity has enabled us to build 15,700 water wells globally and provide clean drinkable water to 1 million people! 128,000 school children now have access to clean water, promoting good health and preventing absenteeism.

Through your donations, you are providing women the opportunity to work, children to attend school and families to earn livelihoods. Our staff on the ground take an inclusive approach: delivering training programs on how to use water safely, ensuring your water wells are maintained for years to come!

How it Works

Once you donate, your water well is designated to the relevant partner offices

Our teams build your water well in the community with greatest need

You receive a feedback report to show the impact of your donation

Our Water Projects

Since 1996 we have:

Constructed 15,700 water wells globally

Provided clean drinkable water to over 1 million people

Ensured 128,000 school children have access to clean water

The Effects of Giving Clean Water:

Clean water can:

Promote good health in communities by reducing the spread of water-borne diseases

Allow children to spend more time in school and less time collecting water

Provide women the opportunity to earn their own livelihoods

Increase food security by promoting healthy growth of crops

Enable Muslims to perform wudhu before prayers

Reduce infant-mortality rates in developing countries

'The Prophet (saw) was asked, "Which charity is best?" He replied, "Providing water."' [Abu Dawud]

Muslim Hands ZA

Established in 1996, Muslim Hands South Africa is an aid agency and NGO aiming to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. It is a branch of Muslim Hands UK established in 1993 in Nottingham.