Project Maji brings sustainable access to safe water across rural sub-Saharan Africa through solar-powered water kiosks. Since 2015, Project Maji has provided sustainable safe water to over sixty thousand people in Ghana and Kenya, pumping millions of litres of water each year.

The impact of clean water on improving health and economic well-being cannot be underestimated. The women in Project Maji impacted villages are now building better futures for themselves, their children and their community.

Chellaram Foundation donated USD 11,000 to Project Maji’s remarkable initiatives in Ghana. In addition to providing access to clean water, Project Maji has embarked on an initiative to maintain hygiene in village communities since the outbreak of Covid-19.


Sunil Lalvani, founder of Project Maji, is an alumnus of the London Business School.  He brings his extensive experience in managing businesses in diverse countries such as Russia, UK, Nigeria, UAE and Ghana to improving the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities in Ghana.