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We offer a solar-powered water solution bringing sustainable access to water in rural Africa

The Maji Solution

Project Maji’s unique modular solution, multiple ‘cubes’ can be attached together if required (sharing a single solar-power and water source). Our standard solution contains a 5,000-litre storage tank, providing up to 8,000 litres a day depending on the solar intensity and the aquifer. Striving for sustainability and universal coverage in the regions we operate, we work in a ‘cluster’ approach, installing our kiosks in adjacent villages. Whilst the UN standard for access to safe water is a 30-minute walk or 1 km, our goal at Project Maji is to provide safe water to communities within a few steps from homes.

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Automated Cashless System

Our kiosks feature a simple e-payment method to ensure that money is securely collected, allowing communities 24-hour access at the touch of a tap.

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Service Guarantee and Remote Monitoring

Our work begins when the taps are running, contrary to traditional charitable water models that focus on system delivery.

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Modular Structures and Clusters

Project Maji’s unique modular solution provides both flexibility and scalability. Much like a giant Lego kit, multiple ‘cubes’ can be attached together if required.

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Our Pumps and Solar Panels

We use IP67 rated solar panels to power our high-efficiency submersible pumps, coupled with a controller that runs at varying time intervals to ensure water-pumping is possible even during low sunlight conditions.