Founded by Anastasia Kaschenko, Beth Koigi and Clare Sewell, Kenya’s Majik Water has launched a prototype and started its water harvesting process in pilot to help people in off-grid communities in Kenya harvest water from air using simple techniques and equipment. Majik Water works simply. The device uses sponge like materials that have high affinity for water molecules and attract water from humidity. When heated they release water vapor which is then condensed. This allows them to get water even in low humidity and in arid areas. Since these materials can be reused over and over again once heated it makes this device a one time cost. Majik Water mostly use solar energy for heating, making the device appropriate for off-grid communities.