Father, Imam, Farmer.
Qari Muhammad, from Pakistan, did not hesitate when WaterAid needed land to install a sewage treatment unit to bring good sanitation and hygiene to his local community.
Qari Muhammad said: "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."
This generous deed helped bring clean water to the community, transforming lives for the better. A farmer himself, Qari Muhammad has benefitted from having access to clean water for crops.
When we work together, big change happens. In these ten best days of the year, you can help bring clean water to people who need it most.
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