REIK, stars of #TOGETHERLIVE Mexico


Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation

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Watch REIK perform at our second live show in Mexico

By hannah rochell and emma elms
12 MARCH 2021

Mexico is in crisis. Over half the population doesn’t have access to clean water at home*, according to the World Health Organisation and UNICEF, so it’s no coincidence that without safe water to drink, let alone for washing hands, Mexico is one of the countries worst affected by COVID.


Watch REIK perform at our second live show in Mexico:

Aside from fighting a pandemic, good health and wellbeing is difficult to achieve in a country where only half the population has access to a clean, safe toilet at home*, according to 2017 figures from UNICEF and the World Health Organisation.

Music for change

Seeing the COVID crisis unfold at terrifying speed, we wanted to do something positive to help, so last year we organised our largest ever global event #TOGETHERLIVE to raise funds for the people of Brazil, targeting the most vulnerable communities. The first socially-distanced concert took place in Brazil in December starring music legend Seu Jorge and was watched by over 200,000 people on YouTube.

Continuing our global activation of Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation, now we’re shining a spotlight on Mexico, where we just held our second #TOGETHERLIVE concert on YouTube. Hosted by #TOGETHERBAND and Harpic, the show featured the amazing Jesús Navarro, Julio Ramírez and Bibi Marín, otherwise known as REIK, who matched our #TOGETHERLIVE logo by wearing red, yellow and blue suits for the occasion. The show was presented by model and activist Montserrat Oliver, and featured special guests including Juan Bertheau, Erick Elias and Esmeralda Pimentel.

Seu Jorge at #TOGETHERLIVE Brazil

Seu Jorge at #TOGETHERLIVE Brazil

Photo: @fabionunes360

Highlighting the vital importance of Goal 6, the event helped raise funds to install essential, public handwashing stations in Mexico City's biggest market (and one of the largest in the world), the Central de Abasto.

Changing lives

Already in Brazil, Harpic has helped half a million people by donating 450 tonnes of water, sanitation packs and information on how to protect yourself from coronavirus. We’ve also partnered with Harpic to install a much-needed water station in the Belo Horizonte area of Brazil, with four more planned soon in other locations, providing long-term access to running water and helping change lives in the process. 

Girl with one of our water station in Brazil

One of our water stations in Brazil

#TOGETHERLIVE Mexico will raise funds to ensure that Harpic and #TOGETHERBAND can continue this vital work. Watch the show again here on

100% of profits from the sales of #TOGETHER products go to charities that advance the Sustainable Development Goals. Find out more here.

*According to 2017 figures we’ve interpreted on ‘safely managed water' and ‘safely managed sanitation’ from UNICEF and the World Health Organisation (WHO).