OUR IMPACT

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The Social Business Model

Abundant Runs a successful social business model based on vendor distribution network. We seek sustainable and economically efficient programs whereby the 'bottom-of-the-pyramid' begins to participate in the economy and develops the capacity to provide for themselves. 

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Number of Filters sold PER year

Last updated: 4 March 2018

 

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Vendor Stories

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Sam's Story

One of Abundant Water’s vendors in Long San District of Xaisomboun Province shares his story of selling clean water filters in northern Laos.

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Sangdawan's Story

Sangdawan has been selling the filters for three months. She says that the villagers she has spoken to like that the filters are Australian-designed and Lao-made. 

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XAISOMBOUN: Our FLagship project

OUR MOST RECENT PROJECT EVALUATION

A recent report shows that a large project run by Abundant Water in the province of Xaisomboun in rural Laos has had significant positive effects. Households that have gained access to clean water report better health, saved time and money, reduced firewood consumption, and reduced physical labour, particularly for women. 

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Results at a glance

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Click below for the full story on the wide-ranging impact of our Xaisomboun project!