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Key Facts

Since 1993 the MH family has

Constructed over 12,000 Tube Wells

Installed over 910 Community Wells

Provided over 2.5 million people with safe water


Our Approach to Water Shortage

Unsafe water is the single biggest obstacle to the progression and health of communities in the developing world. Over 800,000 people are dying from water-related illnesses each year.

Muslim Hands assesses the need for water on an individual basis and is working globally to provide people with access to clean water and sanitation. We support lots of different communities and tailor our solutions to specific problems.


In barren deserts, where villages rely solely on toxic water as their main water source, we install filtration systems and construct wells that can extract water from up to 80 meters below the ground. This greatly benefits crowded settlements where are also we develop sanitation projects.

We take an inclusive approach to our water schemes. Knowledge about health and hygiene is lacking in many developing countries consequently Muslim Hands delivers education programs, training people to use water safely and to keep their water sources clean.

It is our responsibility to ensure that providing clean water and sanitation does not end when construction does. We train and support local people enabling them to maintain projects to make sure that water is safe to use and uphold that when delivering our programs we carry out water testing at every stage.

'The best form of Sadaqa is giving someone water to drink'. (Ahmad)

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Muslim Hands

Muslim Hands was established in the UK in 1993. A separate and independent entity was incorporated in Canada in October 2015 and there is a pending application for registration with the Canada Revenue Agency. Muslim Hands is an international aid agency and NGO working in over 50 countries worldwide to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty