Thirst Project are commited to tackling the water crisis through their work, which helps provide communities with sustainable clean water supplies and provides them with the skills required to maintain them.
They believe in the power of youth activism as a force for social change and the strongest asset to ending the water crisis. So far their youth fundraising has helped provide clean drinking water to over half a million people.
With every product purchased you are providing someone with a years' clean drinking water.
Hyram and Sibusiso Shiba, Thirst project country director of eSwatini, discuss the impact access to clean water can have on health.
Globally, at least 2 billion people will drink water from a contaminated source. Absent, inadequate, or appropriately managed water and sanitation services expose individuals to preventable health risks.
- World Health Organisation, 2019