After four years of fundraising, we are delighted to announce that our target of £120,000 has now been reached and a second Appeal is currently underway.
Working in conjunction with Human Appeal International, money raised to date has not only built a brand new village for the people of Rahim Yar Khan, south of Punjab in Pakistan, but it also provided essential life-saving water purifiers in the immediate aftermath of the devastating floods in 2010.
The new village, which has officially been named ‘The Emaan Village’, consists of 60 homes, a deep tube well for clean drinking water, in addition to livestock that has enabled the village to become self-sufficient.
Biogas plants have resolved the problem of energy shortages in the area providing electricity to various households.
“I am absolutely delighted and overwhelmed that we have reached the fundraising target and I would like to thank everyone who has contributed and donated to the charity, from family, friends and work colleagues, to local businesses, schools and colleges, your generous support has been absolutely incredible,” said Nas Khan, founder of The Emaan Foundation.