15 Jun 2016

Our water projects in South Africa involve distributing bottled water to water scarce communities as well as the drilling of boreholes in areas of need

SA Water Appeal 2019

15 Jan 2019

With your support, we have been drilling boreholes in South Africa for over a decade, but in light of increased water scarcity over the last few years, we’ve stepped up these efforts. Our boreholes are installed with Jojo-tanks, pumps, plumbing and filtration systems to ensure pure water is provided to the neediest communities. Take our latest borehole in the Hlabisa area of Northern KwaZulu-Natal for example. Rural women were walking miles on end to fetch water for daily consumption. But with generous sponsorship from UK donors we were able to ensure that a rural Creche and the surrounding community in Hlabisa have a stable supply of pure water going forward. That’s the power of giving and making a difference. Our borehole projects are ongoing, and we aim to reach as many needy communities as we can. In water scarce areas, each drop is precious and each rand you contribute towards these projects is precious too. Let’s ensure rural South African’s have enough safe water to cover their needs. DONATE NOW AND HELP PROVIDE SAFE WATER TO SA

New Borehole in rural Engunjwini

14 Apr 2018

Al-Imdaad Foundation drilled a new borehole at a Crèche in the rural Engunjwini area outside Vryheid. The borehole will benefit both the learners at the Crèche and the wider local community in an area that was badly affected by recent droughts. In order to limit costs to the struggling community, this borehole was installed with a solar powered pump which will be both sustainable and cost effective in the long run.