She lost her husband and two children to AIDS, a disease that also affects her. Today she takes care of 8 local children who have been orphaned by the disease. Before she met the Thirst Project team, Juliet walked a distance of more than two soccer fields whenever she needed water for herself and her family. In addition to the distance, it was a dirty, unprotected spring shared with animals.

In 2010 Thirst Project built a borehole in his community, and today none of the residents of the Masundvwini community have to walk to fetch water. Our mission is to make water accessible to everyone, without obstacles.



"Each piece sold will allow 2 people in Africa to have access to clean water for 1 year". Yes, it's true - by buying any IMAGO piece, Thirst Project will receive €1 and will be one step closer to guaranteeing access to water, for everyone.
We hope you can join us in this mission.