Clean drinking water for the locals of desert area
Water is the most basic necessity of human life. In the desert areas of Pakistan, people have no access to clean drinking water. Instead of consuming clean water, they use the rain-water reserves located at far fledge areas (although that brackish and polluted water causes diarrhea and other stomach diseases). Keeping in view of those situations, we established Sindh Water Relief Project in order to provide clean drinking water to the villagers through construction of water wells and through installation of hand pumps. We use these innovative ways to utilize ground water, which is clean.
Company/Institution: Pakistan Peacekeeping Mission (A Group of Volunteers)