Social Entrepreneurship

I am convinced of the power of community. Together we can make positive change happen in the world. I am incredibly proud and honored to be a co-founder of “Safe Water Gardens”. To help build this organization is not an obligation, but a privilege.

Some of our team members on Bintan Island, Indonesia
A few people from our 40-member team visit Bintan Island, Indonesia
Students participate in educational programs
People of all ages get involved in local community projects

Safe Water Gardens

Using digital technology to fight the global water crisis together

Today’s global water crisis is defined by insufficient access to safe drinking water for over a billion people. In Indonesia alone, 370 children under the age of 5 die from contact with contaminated water every day (UNICEF report Oct 2016).

The “Safe Water Gardens” project was brought to life by a coalition of educators, concerned citizens, and business partners. Our vision is to provide rural households with safe, affordable water and sanitation systems.

Through the possibilities of digitalization, we connect people around the world who are adapting the system to their region and needs. Together we will build 100 million Safe Water Gardens.

We are thankful for the organizations working with us towards the vision of providing a sanitary system for every home in rural areas

World Business Council For Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
Universitas Gadjah Mada
University of Technology Eindhoven
Singtel
Sinar Mas Group
Rabobank
LooLa Adventure Resort
Musim Mas
National University of Singapore
Luther LLP
Credit Suisse
Brain Pool
Borouge
BCSD Singapore
AS Schneider Group