““We believe in a world where everyone can breathe air that is free from toxic pollution, regardless of where they live, their economic status or their ethnic background.””
Rosamund, Ella’s mum
Ella Roberta Adoo Kissi Debrah was born happy and healthy. By the age of seven she had been diagnosed with asthma. At the age of nine she had suffered a fatal asthma attack. It took her mother years of campaigning for the role of air pollution to be recognised: Ella is the first person in the world to have air pollution listed as a cause of death on her death certificate.HOW CAN YOU HELP?
The latest news and announcements from the Foundation. Find out how we’ve pushed air pollution up the news agenda, and discover our new campaigns. From grassroots activism to government-level campaigning.
There are so many ways you can help us make breathing clean air a human right. Whether it’s fundraising or awareness-raising, we welcome everything. See what people have done to support us in the past; from cake sales to song writing; making art to crowdfunding.INSPIRATION