Jambo! Karibu Sana!
Maji Hope began in 2009 with a small group of people who wanted to do something to help others. When they learned that 80% of the illnesses in developing countries were caused by unclean drinking water and that a staggering 4000 children die everyday from lack of clean water, they decided to do something to change that. After becoming a 501c3 non profit, they began partnering with rural villages in Tanzania to create clean water projects. “Maji” (m-ah-j-ee) means water in Swahili, which is the main language in the areas they serve. The name is fitting because “water” brings “hope.”
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- 10 PROJECT in 10 WEEKS! The spring and early summer of 2021 brought great JOY to rural villages in East Africa. We made a video (below) to show you some of those smiling faces!