Joshua's Tree was started in 2016 as a mission to alleviate the struggle for clean water and healthcare in the remote communities of Malawi. 1 in 3 people in Malawi do not have access to clean water, and most in remote communities have never seen a doctor.
Partnering with other charities, Joshua's Tree helps to install wells, ensure their sustainability and empower the local community to take ownership of these wells.
In addition, and in collaboration with Project Heart to Heart, Joshua's Tree organizes mobile clinics in villages where they provide health check-ups and life-saving medications.
With the recent devastation of Cyclone Idai, Joshua's Tree is currently in Malawi as first responders providing humanitarian aid.