Gobena Benti is Chaltu’s 12-year-old son. He is currently in the fifth grade and eventually wants to become a doctor in order to help people affected by illnesses caused by polluted water.
Entries are now being accepted for London’s Coffee Art Project 2016!
The Coffee Art Project is a high profile art competition held in aid of Project Waterfall, with all works linked to the theme of Coffee. Artists at all levels can enter one piece of artwork that connects to 'coffee' and/or 'coffee shop' experience. There is no restriction on media used; sculpture, painting, installation, photography, and mixed media art works are all eligible and welcome!
Project Waterfall is excited to announce our latest project in partnership with WaterAid, which will be bringing clean water and sanitation to the Oromia region of Ethiopia, concentrating on the districts of Toke Kutaye and Chelia.
Project Waterfall is proud to announce its partnership with Lyons and their newly refreshed coffee bag range.
Thousands of coffee shops across the country took part in UK Coffee Week 2015 from the 4-10 May to celebrate great coffee and raise money for Project Waterfall. Thanks to all the incredible coffee shops who took part in this year’s initiative, Project Waterfall has been able to deliver clean drinking water and sanitation to an entire community in the coffee growing Amhara region of Ethiopia in partnership with WaterAid.