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Waqaf Motorised Borehole (Telaga Air) - Shared

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For Phase 2, we will be constructing the waqaf motorised borehole (shared) at 1 location. Insya Allah.

Each Motorised Borehole costs $9,000 to construct.

  • Digging of borehole (50-70m)
  • Metal Tower x 1
  • Plastic Water Tank x 1
  • Diesel Portable Generator x 1
  • Water Basin with Tiles x 1
  • Water Pipe x 5
  • Color Signboard with Metal Stand (Names of Donors) x 1

You can waqaf as low as $10. We will close this waqaf once we hit $9,000.

We will not indicate any donors' names on the signboard. Instead we will indicate "Muslim Brothers & Sisters in Singapore".

The construction will commence once we achieve the $9,000 target. Insya Allah.

Once the project is completed and commissioned, we will share photos and video of this project on our fanpage. 

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For Phase 1, we have started the construction of the waqaf motorised borehole at these 2 locations:

✅ 1st Motorised Borehole (Completed)
● Hayin Digga, Gimba Ward Soba LGA, Kaduna, Nigeria

✅ 2nd Motorised Borehole (Completed)
● Angwan Na Barandi Kwakwaran Manu, Bomo Ward, Sabon-Gari LGA, Kaduna, Nigeria

You can view the photos and videos on our MuslimValley fanpage.

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Sample of signboard that will be installed at the waqaf site.

 

Why is the cost of constructing the motorised borehole higher than other countries in Asia?

This cost is determined by the cost of materials in Nigeria, the difficulty in transporting these materials into remote areas, and the heavy equipment needed to drill deeply (usually between 50m-70m), often through rocky soil.

Please refer to the photos to view the heavy-duty borehole drilling process that we did for our past project.

Below are projects that were done by OTHER organisations, which cost more than what we are able to offer:

 

Insya Allah we will accomplish this amanah with the assistance of our trusted partner in Nigeria, Isah Chikaji Foundation (ICF).

If you need any clarification, please contact us. Thank you :)