Helping vulnerable communities gain access to clean and safe water to drink and for sanitation. Dive into details of our latest project, the SafeWhere initiative.

The gift of clean, drinkable water

The rural population of the country is found to have less access to clean water

Clean water is fundamental to life. Without it, water borne diseases could spread and could further worsen the living conditions of the already vulnerable communities, such as by malnutrition. About 30% of the villages of Orang Asli in Malaysia have no luxury of clean and treated waters to bathe, wash and drink. Furthermore, as temperature is rising, the need for water increases and for these communities, it’s a cry for help. 

About SafeWhere

The best 
 is to give water to drink

(Abu Dawud)

In 2019, IMARET started to provide field water treatment system to refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh and in Palu after the earthquake. Soon, the rural areas of Johor, Kelantan and Perak witnessed the development of this project, and gained access of its supply of clean and treated water. Our water system requires minimal maintenance thus making it sustainable for longer usage. SafeWhere has helped thousands of lives with the gift of water, and we aim to cover more areas in the future.

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Our project report from 2019

Look back into our previous projects with SafeWhere

SafeWhere in the news

“Somewhere along the way, we must learn that there is nothing greater than to do something for others”

Our SafeWhere projects were made possible by the contributions, donations and fundraising campaigns. A little help gives a huge relief to the underprivileged communities around the globe. We welcome giving hands from anyone who wish to donate to our project. 


Let the pictures speak for us- how far we’ve come

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