Updated Mar 01, 2018

Lafaek Water – Social Enterprise Development

Part of Engineers Without Borders

https://www.ewb.org.au/

The innovation has no owner

Claim it

Combined with a scalable micro-business model, supporting young people to treat, sell and distribute drinking water for communities and businesses.

Timor-Leste aims to ensure all its citizens have access to clean water by 2030. The Lafaek Water project is using a new water treatment technology developed by Water Source Australia to help make this happen. Combined with a scalable micro-business model, Lafaek water will support 20 young people to treat, sell and distribute drinking water for communities and businesses. By the end of the proj...
SEE ALL
Timor-Leste aims to ensure all its citizens have access to clean water by 2030. The Lafaek Water project is using a new water treatment technology developed by Water Source Australia to help make this happen. Combined with a scalable micro-business model, Lafaek water will support 20 young people to treat, sell and distribute drinking water for communities and businesses. By the end of the project, 25,000 people, including 15,000 children, will have access to safe and reliable drinking water. It will also help determine whether this model can viably expand across Timor-Leste and into other countries, including in the Pacific. Lafaek Water is an initiative of EWB Australia and The Wise Foundation.
SEE LESS

Implemented In:

Timor-Leste

Timor-LesteSEE LESS

1
Country Implemented In
Verified Funding
?

Milestone

Date Unknown
Created
Date Unknown
New Country Implemented In
Timor-Leste