Today, about 1.5 million Maasai people are left on earth. All of them live in Sub-Saharan Africa where less than half the population has access to safe water. Many Maasai people are battling water scarcity, struggling to gain access to any water source at all. The limited access to this vital human right is inflicting great damage on the Maasai’s other human rights to health, education, culture & community.

Guided by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Declaration on theRights of Indigenous Peoples, Maasai Water Project works to protect these basic human rights by bringing sustainable safe water solutions, education, and access to medical care to famalies living in underserved parts of East Africa.

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Maasai Water Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity