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Project Pani, Pakistan

Total Raised


Beneficiaries Served


200 Hand Pumps and 7 Solar Powered Wells Installed

Why Pakistan?

Water pumps are crucial in Pakistan due to several key reasons:

  1. Groundwater Access: Pakistan faces challenges with accessing groundwater, especially in rural and remote areas where traditional water sources like wells are the primary means of obtaining water. Water pumps help extract groundwater efficiently, ensuring a reliable water supply for drinking, agriculture, and domestic use.
  2. Agricultural Dependency: Agriculture is a major sector of Pakistan’s economy, employing a significant portion of the population. Water pumps are essential for irrigation purposes, enabling farmers to cultivate crops throughout the year and improve agricultural productivity.
  3. Water Scarcity: Pakistan experiences water scarcity issues, exacerbated by factors such as rapid urbanization, population growth, and climate change. Water pumps play a critical role in mitigating these challenges by providing access to groundwater resources, particularly during dry seasons or droughts.
  4. Health and Sanitation: Access to clean water is essential for maintaining proper hygiene and preventing waterborne diseases. Water pumps facilitate access to safe drinking water, reducing the burden on communities to fetch water from distant sources that may be contaminated.
  5. Livelihoods and Economic Development: Reliable access to water through pumps supports livelihoods by enabling small-scale businesses, such as livestock rearing and small-scale industries, which depend on water for operations.
  6. Community Development: Installing water pumps in rural areas promotes community development by empowering residents with essential resources for daily living, improving quality of life, and fostering sustainable development.

In summary, water pumps are vital in Pakistan for ensuring access to clean water, supporting agriculture, addressing water scarcity challenges, promoting health and sanitation, fostering economic development, and enhancing overall community well-being.

What is Project Pani?

As-Salaam Foundation’s installation of 200 water pumps and 7 solar powered wells across Pakistan has been transformative for countless communities. These pumps have provided reliable access to clean water in remote and underserved areas, addressing critical water scarcity issues and improving overall quality of life. Villagers no longer have to trek long distances to fetch water, freeing up valuable time for education, livelihood activities, and community development. The availability of clean water has significantly enhanced hygiene and sanitation practices, reducing waterborne diseases and improving health outcomes.

Moreover, these water pumps have supported agricultural productivity by enabling irrigation, thus contributing to food security and economic stability within the communities. As a result of this initiative, As-Salaam Foundation has empowered Pakistani villages with sustainable solutions that foster health, prosperity, and resilience against water-related challenges.

Thanking Our Partners Saalik Youth Project

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our incredible partners, SYP, for their outstanding support in raising £12,000 for this project in Pakistan. Their dedication and effort were exemplified by  creating awareness amongst their vast network on young people and adults and through the youth leader, Imran Ali, visiting Pakistan to conduct a situational analysis, site assessment and to check progress of this project.

This remarkable feat not only demonstrated their commitment to making a difference but also brought together a community of like-minded individuals passionate about uplifting those in need. The funds raised have significantly impact the lives of the villagers, enabling us to provide essential resources and sustainable solutions. We are deeply thankful for SYP’s unwavering partnership and the collective spirit of everyone involved in this noble endeavour.