27th October 2017

Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh

500 Aquaboxes were loaded onto a 40 foot container at the Aquabox depot on Friday 27th October to be shipped to Bangladesh to provide much-needed aid in support of the Rohingya refugee crisis. Our Rotary friends in Bangladesh will be assisting in the distribution of the boxes to the refugee camps.

24th October 2017

British Virgin Islands

In response to the devastation caused by the Category 5 Hurricanes Irma and Maria throughout the Caribbean, Aquabox has dispatched 180 AquaFilter Family units to the British Virgin Islands, which suffered widespread destruction. The filters will provide much-needed safe drinking water and will be distributed by Rotary District 7020.

20th October 2017

Eritrea Refugees Shipment

Through our partners Christian African Relief Trust (CART) we have shipped 100 Aquaboxes to help support displaced and homeless refugees in Eritrea fleeing from persecution in Yemen and Ethiopia.

13th October 2017

Bangladesh ShipmentA consignment of 10 Aqua12s and 15 Aquafilter Community units left the Aquabox depot in Cromford on Friday 13th October bound for Dhaka in Bangladesh to help the victims of the recent flooding there. The aid will be distributed by Rotary Clubs in Bangladesh to the affected areas.

8th September 2017

hurricane irmaAquabox is in direct contact with a number of organisations working to assist those affected by the terrible devastation caused by Hurricane Irma, including international aid agencies, the UK government and the various Caribbean island governments and departments for disaster management in Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, British Virgin Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands, as well as the Rotary Districts in the region.

29th August 2017

aquabox south asiaAquabox has been heavily involved with relief efforts following widespread floods in south Asia, which have killed more than 1,200 people and affected millions. The severe flooding from monsoon rains has devastated communities and destroyed crops across India, Nepal and Bangladesh, raising fears of food shortages and the risk of disease.

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