The Australian Embassy is supporting the production of 790 claypot water filters to deliver clean water to families and to help reduce poverty in Laos.
With your support Abundant Water can offer a solution for Lao villagers to break the cycle of disease, illness and poverty caused by water-borne diseases
By sharing our clay pot water filter technology with local potters, we ensure villages will have clean water long after we are gone.
Abundant Water is helping people access clean water and develop sustainable business opportunities.
For providing a $15,000 community grant to continue our capacity building program providing clean water through our clay pottery water filter program in rural Laos PDR.
Abundant Water is market testing clay pot water filters with potential filter vendors in Nepal thanks to crowdfunding from our 'Tell a Story of Abundance' campaign.
|Abundant Water’s clay pottery water filters provide clean water in remote communities. Clean water will change a child's life.|
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Our Laos team is dedicated to the development, manufacture and installation of claypot water filters in remote villages
Abundant Water is investigating ways to introduce its clay pot water filter technique and business partnerships in Nepal in 2016
We are developing water filter technology that can be spread across the world
One of Abundant Water’s (AW) most exciting initiatives is our social-business program
Michael Stephens gives AW partner Child's Dream a hand installing water filters across seven schools in rural Laos Read more
Abundant Water is pleased to announce it has joined the Australian Water Partnership (AWP); connecting Abundant Water with other Australian organisations… Read more