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Human Relief Foundation

Water Projects

Human Relief Foundation are installing pumps and wells in communities without access to water that is safe to drink.

DOES WATER HAVE A WEIGHT?

For most of us clean water has no weight. We turn a tap and out it runs. An everyday action we take for granted. Yet 663 million people live without it, and for them water has a physical weight. For this mass of ordinary people, often children, spend extra-ordinary amounts of time walking to collect and carry water for their families. And when they get it, it is often dirty.

EVERYDAY VIOLENCE

So water poverty is not simply a lack of water, but a lack of clean water, the consequences of which are profound, with diseases from dirty water - such as malaria, cholera and dysentery - killing more people each year than all forms of violence, including war.

A QUIET REVOLUTION

This is why we put so much energy and effort into bringing clean water to communities. It is a gift that keeps on giving – for when folk no longer spend hours collecting water, children can return to school, families can improve their economic situation, people stop dying from unnecessary diseases, and communities thrive.

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BUILD A WELL, BUILD A COMMUNITY

You can join us in this quiet revolution, by making a charitable donation that extends far beyond the point of giving. For clean water is not a luxury. It is the moral right of everyone.

If you decide to build a pump or well with us, you also have the option to add a message on your plaque. This could be in memory of someone, the name of the donor group, or a quote.

Once you have made your donation and received a receipt email, please refer back to this page and fill out the form below.

When the pump or well is finished, you we will send you photos of the pump or well with your message on. If you do not want a message, simply proceed to payment and we shall do the rest.

Water Pump/Well Plaque

Please write your name here.

Please write the text you would like on your plaque here. Please keep it short and simple i.e. In memory of [full name].


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