WASH Programs

Access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene impacts millions of people. Give the gift of cleanliness today with a generous monthly or one-time donation.

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

WASH is an acronym that stands for water, sanitation and hygiene. These programs are paired because each one impacts the others. Lack of sanitation through proper latrines or toilets can lead to contaminated water. Lack of clean water can impair hygiene. Lack clean water, sanitation and hygiene leads to health issues like intestinal infections, cholera and other illness than can lead to death.

The number of people who lack access to clean water is larger than the populations of the United States of America, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom and France combined. Poverty, conflict and natural disasters leave millions to deal with unsafe, contaminated water.

At Baitulmaal, we believe everyone has the right to clean, drinkable water. This belief drives us to fund water access projects all over the world that include digging water wells, establishing and refilling water tanks and support water stations in areas of need.

It also drives us to provide sanitation and hygiene solutions, like proper latrines, hygiene kits and education to help fight against illness.

If you share this belief, join us in providing safe, clean water, sanitation and hygiene to people in need around the world.

You are an important part of the solution. Without your generous donation, we would not be able to dig wells, establish and refill tanks, build latrines and provide hygiene solutions.

Below are WASH projects you can support.

Facts about WASH

  • 663 million people do not have access to clean water
  • 801,000 children under 5 years old die every year from contaminated water
  • 40 billion hours spent by women walking to water sources
  • 40% of the world’s population suffer from water scarcity
  • 1 child dies every 21 seconds from water-related illness
  • 2.5 billion people lack access to improved sanitation
  • 2.2 billion infections transmitted due to lack of sanitation
  • 1.5 million children die each year from lack of sanitation
  • 70% of people lacking access to sanitation live in rural areas

News & Updates

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#GivingTuesday for Palestine on LaunchGood

DALLAS, TEXAS, December 3, 2019 — International humanitarian organization Baitulmaal has launched a crowdfunding campaign on LaunchGood to raise funds for emergency relief in Palestine and is inviting everyone to contribute and share the campaign on social media....

American-Muslim Doctors See 890 Patients in Yemen

Medical mission was a joint project between Baitulmaal and IMANA Medical Relief ADEN, YEMEN, November 28, 2019 — Nearly 1,000 Yemenis received healthcare assessments, treatments and prescription medication in Aden, Yemen, as part of a joint medical mission with...

Gaza Needs Food, Water & Hygiene Kits

Baitulmaal field reps have been on the ground assessing the needs of Palestinians affected by the recent violence in Gaza GAZA, PALESTINE, November 18, 2019 -- Baitulmaal field workers have been on the ground in Gaza assessing the needs of Palestinians affected by the...

130,200 Meals Delivered in War-Torn Syria

1,000 recently internally displaced families receive much-needed food assistance IDLIB, SYRIA, October 22, 2019 -- Baitulmaal, an international humanitarian relief organization, distributed 130,200 meals in war-torn Syria through ready-to-eat food packages. Baitulmaal...

Nationwide Tour with Cricketer Younis Khan

DALLAS, TX, August 26, 2019 -- Baitulmaal, an international humanitarian relief organization, is launching a nationwide tour featuring record-breaking cricketer Younis Khan coming to cities from October 18 to November 5. Younis Khan is the former captain of the...

133,200 Meals, 200 Hygiene Kits for Yemen

The New York Times is calling the situation in Yemen “the world’s worst humanitarian crisis” and lists Baitulmaal among highly rated charities providing aid in Yemen.  The United Nation’s 2018 Humanitarian Needs Overview estimates that 17.8 million Yemenis don’t know...