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News2019-09-26T17:44:22+02:00

Why We Take Skyhydrants To Disasters

From: www.commons.wikimedia.org The photograph on the right is a pallet of bottled water being shipped to a disaster. A typical pallet contains about 1,000 litres of water, and weighs  over [...]

Overseas Aid Volunteers Wanted

We are looking to recruit people who have a passion for helping those in need as Disaster Aid Response Team (DART) members. Volunteers will be available for a 2 week [...]

Colombian Installations Underway

These girls are enjoying safe drinking water at their Colombian School thanks to a project to provide safe drinking water to 48 schools in Colombia. These girls are enjoying safe [...]

Arika School

Children of the Arika School in Bhutan are giving a toast of thanks to Stan Frymann who has sponsored a SkyHydrant for them. Stan is a long time supporter of [...]

Changes to Disaster Aid Australia

At their June meeting the Board decided to make the following changes to the organisation. Peter Fawkner has stepped down from the temporary role of Chair, but will continue as [...]

SkyHydrants In India

Former Chair of Disaster Aid Australia, David Langworthy, has been in India for the official commissioning of a Skyhydrant Project. The photographs show the installation at the Government Ashram School, [...]