Just a Drop

Professional Partners

Address:
Just a Drop Gateway House 28 The Quadrant Richmond TW9 1DN
Tel: +44 20 8910 7769

Just a Drop is an international water developemnt charity working to bring sustainable safe water, sanitation and hygiene projects to communities, transforming lives.

Clean safe water changes everything. It improves health, education, womens' rights, leads to secure food sources, income generation and brighter futures. It completely transforms lives, especially those of women and children.

We work hand-in-hand with communities to implement the best solutions for their needs, such as rainwater harvesting systems, hand-dug and drilled wells, sand dams, water distribution systems, biosand filters, latrines, and sanitation and hygiene training. Our work is developing to encompass food security and micro-finance programmes, which further support communities to lift themselves out of the poverty trap and build brighter futures.

We have reached over 1.3 million people in 32 countries since we began in 1998. 

Where we operate

  • Kenya
  • Sudan
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
  • Zambia
  • India
  • Bolivia
  • Ecuador
  • Mexico
  • Haiti
  • Afghanistan

News

11 January 2017

Invitation to 2017 Just a Drop Lecture - "Danger, Deadlines and Frontlines"

Happy New Year to you and I’d like to take the opportunity to invite you to Just a Drop’s first event of the year our annual lecture hosted by our patron BBC Hardtalk Presenter Stephen Sackur on 2nd Feb 2017 at the Royal Geographical Society entitled “ Danger, Deadlines and Frontlines” It’s a unique opportunity to hear award-winning journalists Jeremy Bowen, Middle East Editor for the BBC, Christina Lamb Foreign Correspondent The Sunday Times and M…

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25 January 2016

Just a Drop at RGS: Life Behind the Lens Lecture

Patrick Morris and Huw Cordey together with patron Stephen Sackur are going to give a special talk on “ Life Behind the Lens” and will share some of their most iconic wildlife experiences with you, all in aid of Just a Drop. The Royal Geographical Society, Thursday, 28 January 2016 from 18:30 to 21:15 (GMT) To book your tickets please click here.  

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15 January 2016

Just a Drop at RGS

Just a Drop is bringing to the Royal Geographical Society a unique evening with two of the world’s leading directors and producers of Wild Life Series and Film, Patrick Morris and Huw Cordey. Huw’s series The Hunt is currently showing on BBC and Patrick’s film the Enchanted Kingdom is due for release in the UK shortly.  Patrick and Huw together with patron Stephen Sackur are going to give a special talk on “ Life Behind the Lens” and will share some of their …

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02 November 2015

Experience ‘Life Behind the Lens’, with wildlife filmmakers Patrick Morris and Huw Cordey – Just a Drop presents a lecture at the Royal Geographical Society

International water aid charity Just a Drop is delighted to be hosting ‘Life Behind the Lens’ at the Royal Geographical Society, Kensington, on 28th January 2016. The event will bring together award-winning wildlife filmmakers Patrick Morris and Huw Cordey, to give their personal insights into the making of ambitious and ground-breaking TV series, such as Life, Galapagos, South Pacific, Planet Earth, and most recently The Hunt, highlighting the adventures and challenges they&rsqu…

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07 August 2015

Take on Just A Drop’s Summer Six Steps Challenge!

Women and children in Africa and Asia spend an estimated 200 million hours each day collecting water. They often walk an average of 6km, in the searing heat, hauling heavy water which can weigh up to 25kg. The water they are rewarded with may be filthy and cause life threatening illnesses. Water is often carried on the heads of women and children and naturally, with such a scarce resource, it is vital not to spill a drop. This summer, as part of its Mums Army campaign, Just a Drop is lau…

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08 May 2015

Water for Life: International Water Aid Charity Just a Drop supports over half a million people in Africa with clean water and sanitation

To herald the start of INDABA, one of the largest tourism marketing events in the African calendar, Fiona Jeffery OBE - Industry Relations Director, African Travel and Tourism Association - highlights the achievements in Africa of the international water aid charity she established in 1998, Just a Drop. Just a Drop was set up to support the millions of women and children in sub-Saharan Africa and beyond who carry out the back-breaking and all-consuming task of finding and fetching water for…

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14 April 2015

Make a Mother’s Day

Having recently been spoilt by my husband and two children this Mother’s Day (15th March), it can be easy to forget that thousands of mothers in Africa and Asia don’t have time for a special day. Instead, they are carrying out the back-breaking and all-consuming task of finding and fetching water for their families. Every day, they spend hours trying to provide this basic life necessity. Many women in sub-Saharan Africa are still expected to walk miles to collect water on the day t…

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04 February 2015

Just a Drop launches Mums Army Campaign to support Mums in Africa

International water aid charity, Just a Drop is launching a ‘Mums Army’ fundraising campaign on Mother’s Day 2015, with the target to raise £250,000. Unveiled by the charity’s founder, Fiona Jeffery and TV presenter, Alexander Armstrong, the campaign will see mums across the UK enlisting to join a Mums Army, to help mothers in Africa obtain clean drinking water – a potential lifesaver for families in poor regions around the world, especially when y…

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23 June 2014

Just a Drop can go a long way…

Water-related diseases like cholera, diarrhoea and dysentery kill 4,000 children under five every single day. That’s one every 20 seconds. The international water aid charity, Just a Drop, is working to prevent this daily tragedy, but they need your support. Today, Just a Drop is launching its 20 Seconds Lifesaver Appeal. Can you spare £5 to help save the life of a child like Gertrude? Imagine a water hole near a dirt road in rural Africa, where people wash their greasy motorbikes…

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16 June 2014

Just a Drop in Uganda

I can’t imagine not being able to turn on a tap, flush a lavatory or sip a glass of chilled water on a summer’s day. Yet, for millions of people throughout Africa, these simple acts are considered a luxury. In fact, accessing water to drink, bathe in or cook is a daily challenge; one which is typically undertaken by young children. Even harder to imagine is the thought that the children collecting this water have to walk several miles twice a day to reach a water source - often a …

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