Oxfam is an international confederation of 19 organisations working with partners and local communities in more than 90 countries. One person in three in the world lives in poverty. Oxfam is determined to change that world by mobilising the power of people against poverty. We work actively with OXFAM Australia and have supplied emergency SkyBox units in PNG and FIJI and supported OXFAM UK in disaster response potable water projects with SkyHydrants in Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Indonesia.

The UNESCO Centre is part of the Engineering Department of the University of NSW, and SkyJuice Foundation has a strong partnership with the centre. Scientists and students within the centre provide all the testing and validation work on SkyHydrants and hybrid solutions. The centre has undertaken independent validation and testing on SkyJuice systems for numerous applications. Reports are available on our website. We have collaboratively worked on R&D projects to evaluate the reuse and recycling of membrane products for possible low-cost water solutions in developing communities.

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Oxfam International Confedration

The UNESCO Centre is part of the Engineering Department of the University of NSW, and SkyJuice Foundation has a strong partnership with the centre. Scientists and students within the centre provide all the testing and validation work on SkyHydrants and hybrid solutions. The centre has undertaken independent validation and testing on SkyJuice systems for numerous applications. Reports are available on our website. We have collaboratively worked on R&D projects to evaluate the reuse and recycling of membrane products for possible low-cost water solutions in developing communities.