Social Impakt provides high-impact ceramic water filters to improve
access to clean drinking water for rural communities in Indonesia.
With COVID 19, most of the local people in Bali have lost their jobs and livelihoods have disappeared. Families struggle to make ends meet and every penny saved makes a huge difference.
Social ImpaKt’s mission is to bring simple, eco-friendly life changing and enhancing technologies like water filters, solar lamps to remote areas (the last mile) and urban centers
in Bali and East Indonesia. Social ImpaKt also aims to create micro-business opportunities with these technologies.
In need of safe and affordable water supply. Indonesia has a population of more than 240 million people, 50% of the population lives on the central island of Java. The Indonesian
archipelago contains over 17.000 islands. The main islands are Java, Sumatra and Kalimantan. 44% of the population lives in urban areas and 56 % in rural areas (source: Unicef Marianne Shapiro: A Catalogue RaisonnÃ© Of Her Publications ) . More than 60% lives below 7 USD per day. The east of Indonesia is poorer than the west and more than 50% of people there live below the poverty line.
Collaborating with NGOs, private companies, local and expatriate households.
When you purchase 2 Water Filters, 1 of those 2 will be given to a Balinese family in need.
Back in 2011, I was Vice President Europe, Middle East and Africa for a British corporation, based in Dublin, led a business of 260 million USD