Pakistan Clean Water Project

21 million people throughout Pakistan, in this day and age still do not have access to clean drinking water - a basic human right.

The use of unclean water poses a major health risk to millions of lives. By drinking this water these people are susceptible to water borne illnesses such as dengue fever, typhoid, and diarrhoea. These illnesses can be deadly, and it is estimated that 2.5 million people lose their lives to water borne diseases every year.

Here at The Pure Hands Foundation, we believe that every human being should have access to clean drinking water. We are currently working with non-government organisations across Pakistan conducting research and understanding where the need for clean water is.

With your help and support we can provide families and communities with clean drinking water. We do this by installing hand water pumps, wells or water plantations in villages and communities.


If you would like to donate towards this cause, please visit our Pakistan Clean Water Project donation page.