Give Water

Give Water

Help us give water scarce communities, access to clean water from £25 a month and work towards an end to a crisis that disproportionately affects women and children.
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Tube Well

£25pm or £300

Sadaqah Jariyah

Tap Water for an individual


Sadaqah Jariyah

Tap Water for a Household


Deep Well

Deep Well

£200pm or £4,000

Solar Power Water Well

Solar Panel Well Share


Solar Power Water Well

Solar Panel Well Full


We live in a world, where a child dies every two minutes from water related diseases. Right now, 785 million people in the world, live without access to clean water. The majority reside in isolated rural areas and spend hours every day, on a dangerous walk to collect water from neighbouring locations. This directly impacts education, income and health – especially for women and children.

Global One, is building wells and water pumps that allow water scarce communities, to benefit from safe and sustainable water sources. We aim to build long-term sustainable water solutions and improve hygiene in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nigeria and Kenya.

For many of us, we couldn’t imagine a life without water pouring out of a tap, but for millions of people around the world, this remains a dream. Without safe and clean water to drink, people risk dehydration, disease and at worse death. With reliable access to clean water, countless lives could be saved.

You can provide life-saving access to safe water, by building a well in water scarce communities from as little as £25 a month.

“The best charity is giving water to drink.”


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The environment, unpredictable weather patterns and natural disasters, mean many parts of the world don’t have a stable source of clean, safe water. Poor access to water, or droughts can cause consequential effects, resulting in failing crops, poor health and malnutrition.

Women and Children are disproportionately affected by the water crisis, as they are often responsible for collecting water. This takes time away from work, school and caring for family, locking them into a cycle of poverty. The average distance that women and children walk, to collect water in Africa and Asia is 3.7 miles, carrying around 20 litres of water.

785 million

Don't have access to clean water

2.3 Billion

Don't have access to a basic toilet

Every 2 minutes

a child dies from infection caused by lack of safe water

Global One are working with local partners and community members, to find the best sustainable solution in poverty stricken, water scarce locations.


Areas of Pakistan are extremely prone to drought and lack basic water infrastructure. In rural Pakistan, where one-third of the population resides, there is restricted access to adequate sanitation services and safe drinking water and many are left to find water from stagnant ponds or contaminated supplies. With over 22 million people, not having access to water close to their home, many need to travel miles, often alone and exposed to attacks and abuse, just to fetch water.


The Rohingya refugee crisis, has left nearly 1 million Rohingya people currently sheltering in refugee camps in neighbouring Bangladesh, after fleeing ethnic cleansing. Living in makeshift shelters, tightly packed together, in a country already lacking in access to safe water and sanitation for its already densely populated lands, access to many basic resources including water has been scarce for these families.


With a population of 46 million, more than half suffer from poor sanitation and rely on access to water from unsafe water sources. These challenges are especially evident in the rural areas and the urban slums, leaving people to find their own ways of searching for appropriate solutions to these basic needs. For school-aged children, it’s a burden that traps them in poverty.


Nigeria is home to over 190 million people and is one of the most densely populated countries in Africa. 55 million don’t have access to clean water and 116 million don’t have a decent toilet. Poor water and sanitation results in 65,00 children, under the age of 5, dying each year. Few places are as diverse as Nigeria, with customs and languages of more than 500 ethnic groups, making education and good hygiene awareness a great challenge.

Access to safe water and sanitation can quickly turn problems into potential, unlocking education, work opportunities and improved health for women, children and families across the world.

Global One is working with local partners providing access to clean, safe water to communities, by building wells and providing good hygiene education.

Tube Well

We install tube wells with a hand pump, in community areas and near homes. These wells are enough to provide 80 people a day with fresh, safe water.

Access to Tap Water

We help provide and improve access to clean water straight to the tap for a household without access to safe water.

Deep Well

Community water wells can serve more than 1,000 people. They are often located in barren areas where water is particularly scarce. They can be shared by several communities and provide water for drinking, washing and cooking, as well as keeping livestock hydrated.

Sustainable solutions

These provide much needed long-term access to clean, safe water within the heart of towns and villages where they are built. They also give the local community the opportunity to live a cleaner lifestyle, the chance to grow crops for themselves and for market.

Clean water doesn’t just quench thirst, it helps communities with sanitation, cleaning, cooking and gives them the means to grow their own food.

Mothers will be able to enjoy a life free from the constant fear of their children contracting deadly water-borne diseases and they will no longer have to spend hours searching for water.

Children will have the time to go to school and people from the community will be able to grow their own food to eat and sell to help provide an income.

Donate a well today and give water.

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