Impact is what matters most


Measuring progress

We measure what matters most: impact. It is not the installation of a Maji kiosk that counts, but the positive ripple effect of water that does. Our evidence-based approach is imperative to demonstrate the transformative impact our interventions have on communities we work in. We collect data before we install the sustainable water kiosks and six months later, we measure the progress.



Water walk average 2 hours per day

77% of women feel (very) unsafe when fetching water

74% not satisfied with the water quality

36% of children miss school due to stomach related illnesses

Community members visit health clinics more than 3x per year in response to waterborne diseases, at a cost of $12 per visit. $12 is worth 529 buckets of safe water, or 1.5 years’ supply.



Water walk reduced to maximum 250 meters

98% of villagers use the Maji kiosk

97% are satisfied with the quality of water

Children don’t miss school anymore

0% water-related diseases (from 11% to 0%)