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WHO WE ARE

Tayaba was founded in 2016 by Bilal Bin Saqib and Momin Saqib, focused on the grave situation of water-scarcity and the associated problem of non-existent or poor infrastructure for water, Tayaba offers an intervention model; the ‘H2O wheel’. To date, Tayaba has successfully distributed 5,500 H2O wheels in Tharparkar, Thatta (Sindh), Jacobabad, outskirts of Lahore and southern Balochistan while expanding the project to other areas both local and international wherever the demand and need is observed and reported.

Our Story

We are a team of Pakistani alumni & students from Oxford University, Kings College London, City University London, University College London & Imperial College who have come together to bring change in the lives of those whose basic needs remain unattended.
The ongoing challenge of water scarcity and access to clean water has had a severe impact on the lives of millions of households in Pakistan. We aim to make a difference in the lives of people that are deprived of the basic necessity of life, clean water, through the provision of an H2O Wheel per household.

Our Mission

We aim to make a difference in the lives of people that are deprived from a basic necessity of life, clean water, through the provision of an H2O Wheel per household.

Our Vision

Our vision is to utilize the skill set and contribute in the ease of accessing, storing and transporting clean water across Pakistan.

Let us remove the burden off the shoulders for whom obtaining water is a struggle.

Join hands with us in solving the problem of water scarcity
in Pakistan.

Tayaba’s H2O wheel is a revolutionary product that aims to help the water deprived areas of Pakistan.

Donate A Little & Save Women & Children.

We are on a mission to help those who do not have access to clean drinking water and also face water scarcity in their region.

HELP US! HELP THOSE IN NEED.

We are on a mission to help those who do not have access to clean drinking water and also face water scarcity in their region.