Gaza is in crisis - yet unless we act fast, things could soon become much worse
It is predicted that Gaza’s only water source will become irreversibly depleted by 2020, resulting in chaos and turmoil for the residents of Gaza.
The water in schools in Gaza is currently unfit for drinking, meaning that thousands of children are at risk from the dangers of dirty water every single day.
With the kind support of your generous donations, we are working to provide water desalination plants to schools in Gaza. A UK Islamic Mission water desalination plant will help to reduce the spread of disease – and even death – resulting from using and drinking dirty, contaminated water.
By donating to this project, you will be having a positive, tangible impact on the health of these children, as well as their education. After all, healthy children are much more able and capable to learn, while healthy teachers are also more able to teach.
As a result of ongoing conflict, countless Syrians have had no choice but to flee their homes and communities, leaving their former lives behind in the hope for a brighter future.
Many Syrian refugees are currently living in makeshift camps in Lebanon, suffering from difficult and degrading socio-economic conditions. Most refugees in the camps are living in unsafe tents or renting old garages or apartments, many without access to clean, safe water for drinking and washing.
As a result of this, many young refugees are suffering from water-related diseases and skin conditions, only making their desperate situation worse.
As of 2018, UK Islamic Mission has provided clean, safe, free water to 40,000 vulnerable children in Gaza and 29,000 Syrian refugees.
However, there are many more children, families and refugees in need of our support.
£82 per month
or £1,000 per share
Will provide a share in a lifesaving water desalination plant
Will provide a complete water desalination plant
Lebanon and Gaza (Palestine)
You will provide clean and safe water for thousands of vulnerable children or refugees
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