People Relate to Dignity not Perfection


Poor sanitation is exacerbating the transmission of diseases such as cholera, diarrhea, dysentery, hepatitis A, typhoid and polio and stunting. Poor sanitation reduces human well-being, social and economic development, because of the impact’s environmental anxiety, risk of sexual assault, and lost developmental options.


Sustainable water and sanitation solutions for disadvantaged communities have the potential to solve a plethora of social and environmental ills. Africa comprises of 54 countries, 16 have less than 25 percent sanitation coverage. The statistics vary depending on the region, but the crux of the matter is that it isn’t an isolated issue. Approximately 45 percent of all people in Africa will face unclean sanitation and water in their life.


A lack of clean drinking water causes more than infectious disease. Numerous problems like swelling of the brain, seizures, kidney failure, and comas are known to be extreme results of perpetual dehydration. Furthermore, daily life becomes much more challenging to endure when basic needs like hydration are not met. It’s hard to think and perform at one’s best when constantly parched.


We want to provide Africa with a strong private sector service offering to develop new advanced water and wastewater solutions to rapidly improve the living conditions of tomorrow’s future economies. Having a sturdy and ethical private sector would lead to a growth in affordable water services for ALL.


MEB represents equity and advancement, because we recognise that no one should be left behind. Let’s chat about the possibilities and solutions that will change the landscape of Africa.

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