The Yemen Solar Powered Wells Project
Help us raise money for The Yemen Solar Powered Wells Project
‘The Messenger of Allah (saw) was asked, “Which charity is best?” He (saw) replied, “(Providing) water”’. (Abu Dawud)
Yemen is one of the most water-stressed countries in the world. In fact, some experts warn that it could be the first country to run out of usable water and that this could occur within a decade, Cholera is already spread across many areas of the country due to a lack of clean fresh water.
Please open your hearts out by supporting this a Solar-Powered Water Well for the people of Yemen today. In areas of Yemen where groundwater is so scarce, sometimes the only solution is to build environmentally-friendly and sustainable Solar-Powered Water Well.
One Solar Powered Water Well is costing around £40,000.
Whilst it is possible to build one using a diesel generator, this is an incredibly expensive solution due to high fuel costs and requiring regular maintenance.
A Solar-Powered Water Well is seen as a better solution thanks to them being proven to be operationally and environmentally more efficient. An initial big expense, the solar wells are able to extract water multiple times a day.
Your donations will save lives and regenerate whole communities for generations to come ensuring that no individual has to go without safe water to drink and for everyday essential needs.
Water is referred to many times in the Holy Qur’an and it is narrated that one of the greatest acts of charity in Islam is to give water to the thirsty. Every single drop of water that benefits someone else will be sadaqah jariyah for us.
About Greengate Trust
Since the Covid-19 CoronaVirus started and the whole country went on Lockdown. The GreengateTrust Volunteers have been working tirelessly every single day Helping the Elderly, The Homeless, The Frontline NHS Staff and The Most Vulnerable in Isolation by dropping off food parcels, essential shopping items, also preparing and distributing freshly cooked hot food. Our work speaks for itself and we are in need of public support to help the elderly and needy that are really struggling in these difficult days, every day more and more messages are coming through for support and we are really struggling to keep up with funds to help everyone in need.
Any small donation will be greatly appreciated and we ask everyone to at least donate £20 for one person's essential food items for one full week or for the more generous if you can donate £100 for a family of 5 peoples Food and Essentials for one full week.