Our partner organisations work together with us to install clay-pot water filter systems in remote communities in need of clean drinking water.
We are also very fortunate to have a range of Business Partners and donors that support the fieldwork and the Board through generous financial and in-kind contributions.
DFAT has generously awarded Abundant Water a $50,000 grant. The department’s purpose is to help make Australia stronger, safer and more prosperous by promoting and protecting our interests internationally and contributing to global stability and economic growth.
In 2015 Australian Ethical donated $15,000 to Abundant Water's program in Laos specifically for training women to establish their own water filter businesses. Every year Australian Ethical Investment donates 10% of its pre-tax profits to organisations making a positive difference in the world.
Abundant Water works with Child Fund developing systems using AW technology and manufacture to supply clean drinking water to schools providing clean water for students. Child Fund International is inspired and driven by the potential that is inherent in all children; the potential not only to survive but to thrive, to become leaders who bring positive change for those around them.
Jai Lao Foundation is an American non-profit organisation established in 2009 on the principles of charity, compassion, and love for the deserving children of Laos. Jai Lao are installing the Abundant Water filters in their development villages throughout Lao PDR.
Empower Projects is a social enterprise that enables entrepreneurs to build self-reliant communities. Founded in Sydney, Australia, in 2008 by students at the University of New South Wales, Empower Projects focuses on the use of sustainable technology to realize a community’s vision for social and economic development. Empower Projects is planning to introduce the Abundant Water filter technology and model to Zatuba Village in Northern Malawi.
Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation is a Swiss development organisation and a crucial partner to Abundant Water on the ground in Laos. Through their ‘Integrated Upland Development in Nonghet’ project, we have installed Abundant Water filters in target households in rural Northern Laos. Abundant Water is also working closely in collaboration with Helvetas on our exciting new initiative to establish a network of vendors of Abundant Water filters throughout rural Laos.
The Happold Foundation is a charity dedicated to using engineering skills and experience to make a positive impact on people’s lives. They work with young people, educators and researchers to shape a community who want to improve the built environment.
Established in 1997, RFM is one of the oldest and most experienced agricultural funds management organisations in Australia and manages rural assets across New South Wales (NSW), Queensland, South Australia and Victoria.
One of a Kind Apartments offer unique, Eco-Chic, sustainable accommodation in Canberra, Australia unlike any other. They are a proud partner of Abundant Water.
Water Tight is Canberra’s reliable plumbing, drainage and gas fitting service. They are a proud partner of Abundant Water.
The Australian National University through the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences partners with Abundant Water under the New Colombo Plan to give Honours students the opportunity to gain practical in-field experience to contribute to their thesis. The College also provides in-kind support through the provision of meeting venues.
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