We aim to restore dignity to all disadvantaged communities by providing a service to purify water through the cost effective and efficient water purification methods.

We aim to ensure that enough sewage treatment plants are installed and are in working order, safe and reliable.

We aim to eradicate all pit latrines with the replacement of New Technological Plants which are self-sufficient and operates effectively without sludge build up.

We aim to make sure that schools and other entities have no problem dealing with sanitation, due to the stressed and over worked sewage systems that are either old or ineffective.

We aim to protect the Environment by Installing Waste-water treatment Plants that have no pollution, as an organic substance requires an organic matter such as sewage effluent that cannot be treated at the local municipal works but to be treated at the source itself as an effluent; to such a level that it can safely be discharge directly back into the environment.

We aim to provide cleaner water discharge to our communities with sewerage Plants that has no over flowing of sewage, no health hazards of sludge removal; smaller foot print and totally enclosed with no danger of drowning- secured and enclosed protective method of fencing to the Waste-water treatment plant, and the reuse of the final water through ablution blocks or irrigation.


• To provide a holistic transformation of young people and disadvantaged communities by offering training, empowerment and exposure to life changing solutions and innovations of Water and Sanitation.
• To provide A dedicated programme to provide water and sanitation services to the previously unserved population located mostly in the rural areas.
• To reinvent the Social Infrastructure (e.g. Schools, Clinic etc.) Community Based Projects Management of Training Programmes,
Management of Special Projects Contract, Management Operations and Maintenance Occupational Health and Safety, Rural Water
Development and Urban Water Supply.


To restore hope among vulnerable communities that have been affected by poverty, water scarcity, improper sanitation, diseases and other natural calamities.

To afford the Communities with the basic human necessities where children and their caregivers are empowered to improve their own
livelihood through appropriate and affordable alternatives.


The NPO shall have the following specific objects:
a) To mobilize resources and establish educational opportunities for vulnerable children by training community members to perform on-site project implementation and management functions.

b) To maximizes local economic development (LED) opportunities and builds skills and capacities within communities.

c) To partner with government and combine local community knowledge and expertise with the project management capacity of the Mystical Adams Ale, to ensure sustainable, people-centered development.

d) To support community-led initiatives with focus on using sustainable technologies to enhance development of Water and Sanitation Plants.

e) To build and To Support disadvantaged and poor communities in South Africa to achieve access to a reliable sanitation and safe water supply.

f) To educate communities on the importance of Water conservation and management.

g) To work with public authorities and other interests to plan for and mitigate flooding, supporting infrastructure projects that improve the capacity to store and move water, promoting flood insurance and other schemes.

h) To protect communities from damage, protecting natural areas that serve as buffers/filters and help with flood attenuation, and improving the capacity of water resource managers and government entities to issue warnings and respond quickly.

i) To assist with climate change and climate variation that may impact the frequency and severity of storms and floods, which are already difficult to predict.

j) To assist with Storms and subsequent flooding that can cause damage to communities and habitats resulting in sewer overflow and erosion that decrease water quality.

k) To improve management of storm water and floods that has implications for public health, food security, the economy, and the environment.

l) To empower communities to play an oversight role through measurement, advocacy and impact management.

Our Strategy

Our strategy is to improve access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services to about five million South Africans.

To achieve universal, sustainable and safe access to WASH in the rural parts of South Africa by 2030.

It also focused on prioritising WASH across the health sector to improve public health through improved hygiene behaviour within diverse communities, healthcare facilities and schools across the country.

Also, the strategy is aimed at strengthening the resilience of WASH to climate change in all the nine Provinces of the country.

The strategy embodies our commitment to strengthening the capacity of local authorities to expand and deliver WASH services that were sustainable and equitable in the face of climate change and other challenges.