Safe Water

The “ Hyatt” program at ENSAN  Aid Foundation in Egypt and West Africa, aims to dig wells and provide clean drinking water.

Water and Digging wells

Water For All: A basic human right

Every 2 minutes a child dies from a water-related disease. A lack of clean safe drinking water is the biggest threats to the life of those living in poverty. give the most vulnerable their basic human right, donate now.

Across the world, 2.1 billion are still unable to access safe drinking water. For those living in poverty or in developing countries, poor sanitation facilities and lack of access to safe drinking water continue to be a major threat to life and livelihood. Everyone has the right to water, everyone has the right to life. Donate to our water for life appeal today.

The donation you give could help us build pipelines, latrines, water stations or dig a well. These can serve schools, villages or entire communities, bring hope and giving life.

Donate to ENSAN AID  now and your giving can be recognised as Sadaqah Jariyah – a charity that continues to benefit others, saving more and more lives each day.

Without you, we can’t continue to serve humanity. By setting up a regular gift today you can help make an ongoing difference to the lives of those in the greatest of need, saving lives and transforming communities for good. 

From supporting young children into education, providing long-term water solutions to drought effected communities, to giving women opportunities to earn a living to provide for their families. Supporting our long-term sustainable programs, with a regular gift can help us in our fight against poverty. 

Give a regular gift today

A basic human right.

 Your donation to our Global Water Appeal will go directly to saving lives. We utilise your generous contributions to deliver WASH projects in the areas of greatest need (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene), building solar powered water stations, Rainwater harvesting systems, water wells, water pumps and sanitation services to reduce disease and death.