LFT – World Water Day
The UN celebrates World Water Day, held on 22 March every year for the past 30 years, focusing on the importance of freshwater for healthy communities. This emphasises the need to accelerate achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6 – ensuring access to safe water and sanitation for all.
Did you know each day about 1,000 children die from preventable water borne diseases due to lack of access to safe water?
Its marked to celebrate the importance of water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people globally living without access to safe water.
The Lady Fatemah Trust is constantly taking action to tackle the global water crisis.
A core focus being able to provide safe and clean drinking water which is vital for food security and hygiene. The solutions are provided off grid making them entirely carbon neutral.
The desalination projects in Kenya and Tanzania are truly transformational – turning seawater into drinking water and converting the sun into solar energy to power the plant.
This #WorldWaterDay will you join us in tackling the global water crisis and support many more such projects for hospitals clinics schools and wider communities.
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- LFT continues to empower communities all year round
- LFT – working with differently able communities in Gaza Karbala and Pakistan
- Effectiveness of LFT’s Eftari food contribution programme for vulnerable families in Afghanistan
- LFT’s hygiene, nutrition, mental well-being and social awareness campaigns in Afghanistan