Maji Safi Group Video
Every day in Tanzania, about 270 children under the age of five die from largely preventable and treatable illnesses, such as chronic diarrhea from contaminated water and improper sanitation. A tipping point is at hand. Help us reverse this public health crisis!
Help Us Continue Our Movement!
We have already reached 365,000 in over 100 villages and teach more than 300 people a day. You can be part of the change.
“Water is fundamental for life and health. The human right to water is indispensable for leading a healthy life in human dignity. It is a pre-requisite to the realization of all other human rights.”
-The United Nations
“CHILDREN are the greatest legacy and treasure a country can have, therefore they are supposed to be protected by the community.” (via allAfrica.com)..
Menstruation remains taboo in many other countries despite it being a completely natural human process. (via The New York Times)
Check out this video on menstrual hygiene management.