Since its establishment in 1993, the Mvula Trust has improved the quality of life for thousands of rural communities through its community- based projects in household sanitation, school sanitation, water reticulation, solar powered water pumping, child-to-child health education, rain water harvesting, as well as various government-community partnerships.
Using its participatory facilitation techniques, the Mvula Trust is at the forefront of advocacy for rural and development and peri-urban. This work is supported by hundreds of policy studies and pilot projects, that have been undertaken, in those areas to uplift the lives of the poor and uplift their quality of life since its inception.
The Mvula Trust is registered in terms of the Trust Property Control Act 57 of 1988. It is also registered with and is regulated by the Department of Social Development as a non-profit organisation (NPO) in terms of the Non-Profit Organisations Act No 71 of 1997. The Mvula Trust is a registered Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) and a public interest organisation.
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The heart of Mvula’s strategic objectives
Value and protection of water for the good of all
Assisting municipalities to be developmental by focusing on their mandates
Poverty alleviation, climate change adaptation and food security.
Livelihood improvements and good infrastructure implementation processes.