Dear friends and partners,
Our Director of International Business Development Barbara Brezger will be part of the panel session on Desalination (2/12) and on the topic of Water Management (2/12).
We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Support our Sustainable Drinking Water Bottle Campaign for the Children of Moerk Water Projects.
Papua New Guinea // Island Communities // Indonesia // East Africa
All the students love having their own water bottle that they can refill with clean and safe drinking water as often as they like!
With your donation, we can provide more students with a water bottle! Every donation makes a difference.
Our sustainable water bottles help to protect the environment and prevent plastic waste from entering our water streams, rivers and oceans and counter recontamination due to unclean water tanks.
Together with our partners HOPE e.V.we launched a donation campaign to bring sustainable water bottles to students!
Thank you YWAM Medical Ships Australia for working together with us and delivering the first set of bottles to the happy children of East Cape Village in Papua New Guinea.
Help students stay focused in class and keep a fresh mind!
Meet Robert from Solomon Islands
A young professional with a goal for his country
Robert Iromalefo is our highly valued and inspiring intern at Moerk Water. His home is Solomon Islands. Upon graduating from his Master’s of Science in Water Treatment and Analysis from Curtin University, he wants to return home and make sure that everyone gains access to safe drinking water.
Thank you, Robert, for all your input and work!
If you want to learn more about Robert, read his full interview here.
There is no I in WaSH, only W(e)!
Barbara at UNC Water and Health Conference
Barbara Brezger (Director of International Business Development) truly enjoyed the UNC Water and Health Conference at the University of North Carolina in the beginning of October. The conference made important connections between academic, government, non-governmental and private institutions. Working together is crucial to make an effective and sustainable impact in the WaSH sector.Only together we can reach the Sustainable Development Goal 6.
As Christian Borja-Vega (World Bankd Economist, Washington DC, USA) said in his workshop: “There is no I in WaSH only W(e)”.
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