Deep Water Well Project in Pancuran:

Water  means life. It is one of the most essential elements in human life and civilization, and it plays a crucial role in determining the quality of our lives.  About 70.9% of Earth surface consists of water. However, for many reasons, "where to find water” is not an easy question to answer sometimes. The experience of Pancuran villagers in Bantul, Yogyakarta, and how Qatar Charity’s effort to help them by drilling a 120 meters depth of water well as well as empowering community and encouraging them to participate and to build their commitment in order to ensure the sustainability of project impact is worth to be a lesson.   

Pancuran,  a small 'pedukuhan' (village) in sub district of Dlingo, Bantul regency, Yogyakarta province is located  at an altitude of 500-1000 meters above sea level. After 2006 earthquake shooke Yogyakarta, all of 50 water wells in this village were damaged and remain without water.  As stated by Ohio Seismic Network, it is well documented that earthquakes can have significant effects on water wells. The shaking associated with an earthquake may cause sand to plug a well screen, therefore reducing the volume of water that can be pumped.

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Deep Water Well Project in Pancuran:

Water  means life. It is one of the most essential elements in human life and civilization, and it plays a crucial role in determining the quality of our lives.  About 70.9% of Earth surface consists of water. However, for many reasons, "where to find water” is not an easy question to answer sometimes. The experience of Pancuran villagers in Bantul, Yogyakarta, and how Qatar Charity’s effort to help them by drilling a 120 meters depth of water well as well as empowering community and encouraging them to participate and to build their commitment in order to ensure the sustainability of project impact is worth to be a lesson.   

Pancuran,  a small 'pedukuhan' (village) in sub district of Dlingo, Bantul regency, Yogyakarta province is located  at an altitude of 500-1000 meters above sea level. After 2006 earthquake shooke Yogyakarta, all of 50 water wells in this village were damaged and remain without water.  As stated by Ohio Seismic Network, it is well documented that earthquakes can have significant effects on water wells. The shaking associated with an earthquake may cause sand to plug a well screen, therefore reducing the volume of water that can be pumped.

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BAYTU TAMKIN

Qatar Charity Indonesia (QCI) office since early 2009 has developed a pilot project of economic empowerment program through the establishment of Baytu Tamkin, a model of sharia micro-finance services for poor communities in Babakan Madang district, Bogor regency, West Java province, in association with a local NGO, Tazkia Micro Finance Center (TMFC).


Since the initiation up to present time, more than 1000 people have benefited from this project through a revolving loan-funds mechanism managed by

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BAYTU TAMKIN

Qatar Charity Indonesia (QCI) office since early 2009 has developed a pilot project of economic empowerment program through the establishment of Baytu Tamkin, a model of sharia micro-finance services for poor communities in Babakan Madang district, Bogor regency, West Java province, in association with a local NGO, Tazkia Micro Finance Center (TMFC).


Since the initiation up to present time, more than 1000 people have benefited from this project through a revolving loan-funds mechanism managed by

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New Born for a Family at An-Nur Housing Complex


The success of a construction project is measured neither by quality nor quantity of the building, but the impact on personal and social life of the beneficiaries.
 A better life attained by the family of Ulfah Huriyah (37 years) and her husband, Dede Kusumahadi (37 years), after settling at An-Nur Complex, Karawang, is a good sample in this case.

For years, the family with five children lived with six other families in a house owned by Dede’s parent which is located at village of Jatiragas. A husband with no fixed job and income led to incapacity to rent a house for their own family.

And over the years,  Ulfah worried about her household life. The social environment did not support her husband and children to be better. Moreover, she was overshadowed by the failure of her previous marriage.

"If I didn’t consider the life of my children, I might have gone home to my Mom and divorced," she recalled. 

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New Born for a Family at An-Nur Housing Complex


The success of a construction project is measured neither by quality nor quantity of the building, but the impact on personal and social life of the beneficiaries.
 A better life attained by the family of Ulfah Huriyah (37 years) and her husband, Dede Kusumahadi (37 years), after settling at An-Nur Complex, Karawang, is a good sample in this case.

For years, the family with five children lived with six other families in a house owned by Dede’s parent which is located at village of Jatiragas. A husband with no fixed job and income led to incapacity to rent a house for their own family.

And over the years,  Ulfah worried about her household life. The social environment did not support her husband and children to be better. Moreover, she was overshadowed by the failure of her previous marriage.

"If I didn’t consider the life of my children, I might have gone home to my Mom and divorced," she recalled. 

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