97% of the people of Bangladesh have access to water and only 40% percent have proper sanitation. With a staggering 60% of the population has to endure unsafe drinking water which places the nation extreme danger.

Bangladesh is the most densely populated country in the world, as well as one of the poorest. 150 million people are crowded onto low-lying land where annual monsoon floods contaminate water sources and leave millions with appalling sanitary conditions. Agriculture does not provide enough jobs with 75% of the population living in the countryside. The average annual income is only $380, and malnutrition and illiteracy are widespread.

About Bangladesh

Key Facts

Over 7,000 children die from diarrhea every year in Bangladesh and water-related diseases cause nearly a quarter of all deaths. Over 25 million people in Bangladesh lack access to an improved water source.

How we work

We work with local partners to raise awareness of the significance of water and human health by engaging the local communities. Also, cost effective measures are taken to make clean water in easy reach of local masses.

Our Impact

Al Mustafa is working in Bangladesh since 2007, and we started of our work by opening up a primary school in Nilfamare, Dhaka.


Water pumps installed

people have access to clean water

Anamika’s Story

Anamika from Kazirgaon in Dhaka, Bangladesh has access to clean drinking water. Read her testimonial below:

Me, my cousins and our friends now can have access to clean drinking water at our doorstep. Before I used to walk 20 minutes for drinking water to help my mum.
Author's imageAnamikaKazirgaon in Dhaka, Bangladesh

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