Father, Imam, Farmer.
Qari Muhammad from Pakistan knows the impact of good sanitation and hygiene. Before WaterAid came to his community, Qari Muhammad's village was in a very bad condition: "early in the morning when I used to go to the fields, I used to see human faeces lying everywhere. People had no choice but to defecate in the fields."
A kind man, Qari Muhammad did not hesitate when WaterAid needed land to install a sewage treatment unit to bring good sanitation and hygiene to his community; "I realised the importance of this project and donated my land for it. I thought that it will be a great welfare work for the entire village, and everybody will benefit from it."
Because of his generous deed, Qari Muhammad's community has been transformed. A farmer himself, he's also benefited from receiving usable water for his crops.
When we work together, big change happens. Right now, 785 million people don’t have clean water close to home. But you can help change this.
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