Helping in Vanuatu

Many farmers in Australia rely on seasonal workers from the Pacific Islands.

Daniel Toko, from Vanuatu, is one of these workers who has been based in Tasmania.

When some Tasmanian friends told Danial about the SkyHydrant he could see it would help the people in his village, and the surrounding area.

Villagers in Erakor

Will you help Danial’s Tasmanian friends by donating towards a SkyHydrant for the village.

You can make a donation by clicking on the below link:

Partner Project Donations

Charity donations of $2 or more to Disaster Aid Australia are tax-deductible in Australia.

Unsafe Water, a Women’s Crisis

More than one in eight people  worldwide, that’s 785 million people lack access to safe water.

Usually the responsibility for looking after the health of a family falls on the women of the family. 

This can involve women in walking large distances to get the best quality water from a clear stream.

Even then the water, although looking clear, may still contain bacteria!

Alternativly a family may be spending up to 25 – 50% of their income on buying bottled water.

Our ‘Safe Water for Every Child‘ project with the provision of SkyHydrant installations besides protecting children also;

  • Improves the overall health of the whole community;
  • Reduces the pressure on women in Developing Countries;
  • Reduces poverty;
  • Reduces plastic waste.

All for a capital cost of $1 per person, per year,

This post and the photo was inspired by an article by Jennifer Schorsch, President of, originally published on Impakter here.

If you would like to help Disaster Aid Australia to Safe Water to help women in developing countries, click on the link below;


Charity donations of $2 or more to Disaster Aid Australia are tax-deductible in Australia.

DAA Recognised In International Awards

The Energy Globe Awards were founded in 1999 to  present successful sustainable projects to a broad audience.

Disaster Aid Australia entered our ‘Safe Water for Every Child’ project for the Philippines for the 2018 Awards.

The entry was one of more than 2,300 entries from 182 countries around the world.

In June 2018 year it was selected as the best project submitted from Australia.

A key issue in selection was the fact the SkyHydrant, that we install for the project can provide 10,000 litres per day of safe water without using electricity or chemicals.

In December 2018 Energy Globe announced that the ‘Safe Water for Every Child’ project was one of the 4 World Nominees in the water category.

This invitation to attend, and speak at the awards ceremony, is a recognition our project is ‘Worlds Best Practice’ in providing sustainable drinking water to developing countries.

If you want to support our ‘Safe Water for Every Child’ projects you can donate at:  Disaster Aid Australia