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Friday, 04 April 2014 20:16

Save Water, Save Life Programs

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 Tajuddin Foundation - Water is Life Program includes the following projects:

 

· Water Hand Pumps

 

· Deep Wells or Deep Boreholes

 

· Clean and Safe drinking Water (Community Development)

 

 

 

Water Hand Pumps

 

When there is not spring available and the water is too deep underground for a hand dug well, a drilling machine is needed to access the water in the deep aquifer. These types of projects are called shallow boreholes and they utilize drilling rigs to dig to depths of 20-50 meters. For a shallow borehole, a rig will drill until water is hit. Then a steel casing is inserted into the long well shaft to protect the deep well from collapsing and to prevent contamination of the pure water in the aquifer. A Hand Pump is then used to bring this safe, clean water to the surface for communities to use.

 

hand-water-pumphand-pumpsHand Pump 2                                   Hand-Operated-Water-Pump

  

 

Deep Well (Deep Borehole)

 

In some cases, even a borehole of 20-50 meters isn’t deep enough to reach water. In instances like this, heavy equipment and very deep drilling is required. For these cases, we employ deep borehole project types. Usually drilled to a depth of 50 to 250 meters, deep boreholes are the most difficult and expensive water projects to construct. They require a large team of drillers and must be fueled by diesel generators or connected to a power grid. However, if drilled into a high volume aquifer, these deep boreholes can yield a high enough volume of water to serve more than 15,000 people per year which is also famously knows as Deep Wells.

 

 

 

Clean and Safe drinking Water (Community Development)

 

Safe, clean and healthy drinking water is a major problem is many countries. The inability to easily access clean water results in a loss of opportunity for men, women and children to break the cycle of poverty. Families are left in a web of sickness and subsistence of deaths. The next generation is born into a situation as desperate as their parents. All because there is no safe and clean water. Our approach leads us to the safe water solution by installing hand pumps or deep wells (drilled wells) to draw clean water from the ground. By combining health and hygiene education, operation and maintenance training with customized safe water solution, each person in the community—from the oldest grandmother to the youngest infant—can fully experience the life-saving blessing of safe water. It’s called community development and it’s essential to providing a long-lasting safe water solution to the communities.

 

Friday, 04 April 2014 02:35

Save WATER, Save LIFE

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Save WATER, Save LIFE
 

We made from water every living thing. Will they not then believe?
 
 [Quran 21:30, Surrah Al-Anbiya]
 
Narrated Sa'd ibn Ubadah: Sa'd asked: Apostle of Allah Prophet Mohammed SAWS,
Umm Sa'd has died; what form of sadaqah is best? He SAWS replied: Water is the
best Charity. He dug a well and said: It is for Umm Sa'd.
 (Sunan Abu-Dawud, Kitab Al-Zakat, Hadith:1677)

 
Water is the utmost source of Life. Right now almost a billion people in the world
do not have access to clean and safe water. That's nearly a billion men, women,
and children who don’t have clean water to drink or bath. One BILLION people who
are at the risk of deadly disease, every single day because they have no place to get
water.


One of the biggest challenges is that not enough people know about the water
crisis. For most of us, instant access to clean water is the norm. Many of
communities are not aware of the fact that 1 billion people in the world don’t have
access to water like we do.

 
Think off - what could change if given access to a source of clean water closer to
houses or villages. Billions of hours of productivity that could be saved each year
if women no longer had to trek for miles in search of water. Millions of hours of
education that children would gain in Education if they weren’t walking for water
or sick with a waterborne disease. Even the health improvements that would be
seen if people were no longer forced to drink water teeming with bacteria and
parasites. 
 
Water infographic 6
 
More than 800,000,000 people in the world do not have access to clean
water 
 
80% of all disease in developing countries is caused by the unclean water 
 
Women and children in developing countries often spend 4-6 hours
collecting water everyday 
 
 
More than 3,000,000 people die each years from waterborne disease – many
of them are children  With safe, clean water, as much as fourth-fifths of disease in a community
can be eliminated 
 
Water infographic 1.jpg
 
A water well can provide safe, clean water to more than 250 people for 20
years 
  
An estimated 4,100 children under the age of five die each day from diarrhea
globally. Malnutrition, due to dirty water, inadequate sanitation, and hygiene, is
estimated to lead to death in an additional 2,350 children under the age of five
each day. 

  

Nearly 1.5 million children under the age of five die every year from diarrhea
globally. 
 
It is estimated that in the 1980s a child died approximately every six seconds
from diarrhea 
 
90% of the deaths due to diarrheal diseases are children under 5 years old,
mostly in developing countries. 
  
In just one day, it is estimated that more than 152 million hours of women
and girls' time is consumed for the most basic of human needs — collecting
water for domestic use 
 

The lost productivity of people collecting water is greater than the combined
number of hours worked in a week by employees at Wal*Mart, United Parcel
Service, McDonald's, IBM, Target, and Kroger 
 
An estimated 200 million hours are spent each day globally collecting water.
 
 
TAJUDDIN FOUNDATION has launch the program in which we are driving the water
sector for various water solutions, by conducting water projects to ensure a safe,
clean and healthy drinking water.
 
With transparency at the center of everything we do, Tajuddin Foundation is an
organization that serves both the poorest of the poor in developing countries and
the donors who wish to help them. Our model is based upon our mission and the
Water is Life program of bringing clean and safe drinking water to those who need
it most and in the process of helping thousands of people to protect themselves
from waterborne diseases.
   
   

 

 

 

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