“I want to take my philanthropy to the next level,

                                     to whom much is given, much is required…”

                                                                                   – Majid Michel

The objective of the MajiWoc Foundation (M.W.F) is to partner with various reputable and credible Non Profit Organizations in Ghana and other parts of the world in making a difference in the humanitarian causes passionate to Majid Michel. This includes but not limited to the crisis pertaining to the provision of clean and safe water and the issues around sanitation and hygiene espercially in our rural communities here in Ghana and other developing countries inside the Continent of Africa and around the World.
• One-in-six people in the world lack safe drinking water.

• Water-related illnesses are the leading cause of human sickness and death.



  1.  1.1 billion people in the world do not have access to safe drinking water, roughly one-sixth of the world’s population.
  2.  The water and sanitation crisis claims more lives through disease than any war claims through guns.
  3.  More than 40 million hours are wasted each year in Africa alone from women and children gathering water.
  4.  80 % of diseases in the developing world are caused by contaminated water.
  5.  Half of the world’s hospital beds are filled with people suffering from water related illnesses.
  6.  The average distance that women in Africa walk to collect water is six kilometers.
  7.  The average African Family uses 5 gallons per day. Tens of millions of children cannot go to school as they must fetch water every day.

  8.  Water is a $400 billion dollar global industry; the third largest behind electricity and oil. 
  9.  In the past 10 years, diarrhea has killed more children than all the people lost to armed conflict since World War II.
  10.  If we did nothing other than provide access to clean water, without any other medical intervention, we could save 2 million lives a year.
  11.  It is estimated that 5.3 billion people, two-thirds of the world’s population, will suffer from water shortages by 2025.
  12.  2.2 million people in developing countries, most of them children, die every year from diseases associated with lack of access to                       safe drinking water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene.
  13. Some 6,000 children die every day from disease associated with lack of access to safe drinking water, inadequate sanitation and                     poor hygiene – equivalent to 20 jumbo jets crashing every day.
  14. The UN estimates it would cost an additional $30 billion to provide access to safe water to the entire planet. That’s a third of what the            world spends in a year on bottled water. 
  15. An estimated 25% of people from cities in developing countries purchase their water from vendors at a significantly                                                  higher price than piped water. In some cases, it costs more than a quarter of their household income. 
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Majid is also passionate about Education with focuses on children issues and the empowerment of our youth.
He hopes to make a difference and achieve this through Talent Development, Giving, Mentoring and Workshops.


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