Water For Life

Nearly 1 billion people lack access to clean drinking water. Build a water well or help us provide sanitation and hygiene facilities for the poor and needy families across the world. Save lives by giving people access to clean and safe water.

Water: A blessing from Allah

Water is an integral part of Islam and has been embedded in Islamic teachings. It is one of the immense mercies of Allah ta’ala bestowed upon us. We use this blessing of water as a source of growth, sustenance, and bodily purification, as we are required to perform wudhu and ghusl (ritual ablutions) using water before prayer throughout the day. Allah ta’ala mentions this blessing in the Holy Qur’an:

“And it is He who sends the winds as good tidings before His mercy, and We send down from the sky pure water” [Quran 25:48]

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4 Out of 6 people do not have access to clean water

Unfortunately, one of the biggest problems we are facing today is that approximately 36-40% of the world population is without safe water or sanitation. Many hundreds of millions are in a cycle of poverty and disease. Across the poverty-stricken nations, millions of women are spending a lot of time collecting dirty water and children are dying from diarrhoeal diseases. The communities have no sewage system in place and are living amongst open running sewers.

Water is a source of life

We take water for granted – we do not truly appreciate it. Imagine life without clean water- we can’t. However, there are many people around the world where it is normal for them to use dirty water.  Dabbagh Welfare Trust aims to provide clean water and proper sanitation facilities to improvised communities around the world. Save lives and give the gift of water to the poor & needy.

Our beloved Prophet, Sayyiduna Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) describes water as one of the three wonders of the natural world that every Muslim is entitled to: “Muslims have a common share in three (things). Grass, water and fire” [Abu Dawood]

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