Al-Imdaad FoundationAL-IMDAAD FOUNDATION

The United Nations estimates that more than one in six people worldwide do not have access to the basic amount (20 – 50 litres) of safe freshwater for their daily needs such as drinking, bathing and cooking. Today, there are more than 2.5 billion people who are living without basic sanitation. Diseases such as diarrhoea are rife and lack of access to sanitation and clean water result in millions of deaths each year. The Al-Imdaad Foundation runs various water and sanitation projects. These include digging of water wells, borehole construction, building of toilets, education and hygiene training.



Cape Town Water Crisis

11 Feb 2020

Three years of failed rains have created a crisis in the Western Cape with dams at critically low levels. Studies show that the period 2015-2017 was the driest in the area in the past 84 years, leading to the desperate situation we see today. Currently, communities in Cape Town are facing the looming threat of DAY ZERO, when taps will run completely dry and residents will be forced to queue in long lines. The social, economic, and consequences for quality of life, could be drastic. Al-Imdaad Foundation...


South African Water Projects

15 Jun 2016

Since inception, the Al-Imdaad Foundation has always made water projects a regular part of its activities in South Africa. With the extended drought from 2015 onwards these projects were increased to help address communities facing critical water shortages. Thus far over 50 boreholes have been established to address the drought situation. Regular bottled water distributions are also regularly made in areas facing cut-offs or water connection problems. DONATE NOW AND HELP OUR CRITICAL WATER PROJECTS...


SA Drought Relief

07 Nov 2015

Below average rainfall and dry, hot weather resulted in a crippling drought across many areas of South Africa. Even with rainfall in 2016 and early 2017, many dams remain far below capacity. Nationally the drought situation affected millions of households especially in the provinces of KwaZulu-Natal, Free State, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and the North West. At its height, officials described the situation as the worst case of drought since 1982 with national dams at an average of only 54.9% capacity...


Gaza Water Filtration Plants

08 Jun 2018

After the most recent series of Israeli attacks the already scarce water resources in Gaza were even further limited due to the destruction to water and electrical infrastructure. Gaza’s only aquifer, the coastal aquifer has fallen to almost 15 metres below sea level resulting in the entry of sea water which has made it unfit for consumption or agriculture. In addition there is the threat that heavy-metals and other dangerous chemicals from Israeli munitions may have further contaminated Gaza’s...


SISTRZ4HUMANITY water and food aid in Gaza

13 Sep 2014

After the most recent IDF campaign in the Gaza strip the water situation, already critical became an emergency affair with almost 97% of Gaza’s water unfit for human consumption. This was due in part to the falling of the underground coastal aquifer to below sea level and the entry of sea water into it resulting in contamination of Gaza’s primary water source. In addition IDF strikes caused significant damage to water, sewerage and electrical infrastructure resulting in further contamination of...


Al-Imdaad Water Well and Borehole Project

07 Apr 2020

Every living organism requires water to live. This is how the Creator has created life in this world. According to the (Sphere Project, 2011), an initiative setup by the UN to promote quality and accountability in humanitarian activities, “Water is essential for life, health and human dignity. In extreme situations, there may not be sufficient water available to meet basic needs, and in these cases supplying a survival level of safe drinking water is of critical importance. In most cases,...


Beaufort West- Water Crisis

19 Dec 2010

In the early months of 2011, The Al-Imdaad Foundation embarked on a project to assist the drought stricken town of Beaufort West by sending tankers of water to the desperate inhabitants. The town had been without beneficial rains since October 2010 and rain did not seem to be forthcoming. With the dam drying up and the few boreholes in the town nearing empty, the picture for Beaufort West began to look bleak indeed.


Haiti Earthquake-Fresh Water Distribution

12 Jan 2010

An earthquake measuring 7.2 on the Richter scale struck Haiti on January 12 2010, resulting in an unprecedented scale of disaster and despair. More than 300 000 people died and millions were left homeless. The Al-Imdaad Foundation responded to the crisis by dispatching its team of relief workers to Port-au-Prince. Headed by AIF projects co-ordinator Qari Ziyaad Patel, they worked closely with the South African Emergency Operations Committee to co-ordinate a comprehensive response to the disaster. The...


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