Abundant Water Projects

Abundant Water in Laos

Lao has an abundance of water - however, a large proportion of the population live in remote villages without access to a reliable supply of clean drinking water.
 This inadequate supply of drinking water, along with poor sanitation, sewerage and hygiene causes a high incidence of gastro-intestinal diseases, such as diarrhoea, dysentery, typhoid and cholera. The World Bank estimates that each year in Laos there are 3 million cases of disease and 6,000 premature deaths directly linked to unclean water and poor sanitation.

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Abundant Water in Nepal

Abundant Water is currently undertaking market testing with potential filter vendors in Nepal to ensure our water filter projects are a success.

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Expanding across borders

Our aim is to provide clean water to as many people as possible through the provision of water filters. The special thing about our filters is that they can be made from local materials and be easily adapted to local contexts all around the world.

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Social business program

One of Abundant Water’s (AW) most exciting initiatives is our social-business program, whereby we help rural entrepreneurs set up sustainable social businesses that sell AW filters.

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