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Project Maji Foundation celebrates World Water Day

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The Project Maji Foundation today celebrated World Water Day at Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra. Project Maji Foundation hosted Honorable Joseph Kofi Adda, Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources at their first annual Water Day celebration.

 According to Mr. Sunil Lalvani who is the Founder and CEO of project Maji Foundation, emphasized that, "project Maji, a non-for-profit foundation, focused on creating sustainable access to safe drinking water in rural  communities, opened its ninth site in Ghana this week. To date, we provide over 15,000 Ghanaians access to safe drinking water. Established in  2015 by Sunil Lalvani. Project Maji is quickly becoming a leader in the water, hygiene and sanitation sector."

He said again, " I originally set out to provide one community safe water through Binatone's CSR department in 2014, however, we continued to grow and expand to more communities and in 2015, project Mairead founded, "stated Sunil Lalvani. Sunil's team, although small, create big impact,"our technology allows us monitor all of our project remotely directly from our cell phones. This not only mitigates costs, is committed to spending a 100 of its proceeds to expand and maintain rural water installations."
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Mr. Sunil Lalvani  stated that, water scarcity is one of the world's leading problems affecting more than 2.1billion people globally. Approximately 3 in 10 people worldwide lack access to safe, readily available water at home. Access to clean water continues to cause illness and stifle growth in emerging countries. While Ghana has made progress,many communities still do not have access to safe drinking water. Project Maji has partnered with numerous Ghana -based organizations, including, World Vision, Melcom and Poly Group. Though our partnerships we able to leverage our expertise and better serve communities.

Source: | Kofi Dwumah

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