Water is Luxury
but it shouldn't be
Water is Luxury
but it shouldn't be
 
The most luxurious brand you never heard of
Singapore is a city of luxury that plays host to lavish social life and many designer brands.
But there’s one home-grown luxury that few talk about: access to clean water.
There is a water crisis in Asia
In Asia, access to clean water is a luxury many cannot afford. For millions of rural poor in the region,
clean water can be up to 1,260 times less affordable than in Singapore.
But few Singaporeans know about this.
A chat in the water bar
To raise awareness of the crisis, we at Lien AID decided to turn clean water in Singapore into the luxury brand, Eau.
We launched it in the city and invited hundreds of guests into our water bar for a taste.
It was there they learnt about the water crisis in Asia and our ongoing efforts to bring clean water to the region.
But there is more to do.
Now you know our story, get involved and support our efforts.
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Here are some of our current and former partners
BASF South-east Asia
BBR (Singapore)
CITIC Envirotech
UNICEF (Cambodia)
Sabana Reit
Coutts Foundation
Embassy of the Czech Republic
Green Cross International
Ministry of Health, Vietnam
Myanmar Engineering Society
World Toilet Organisation
World Vision Cambodia
National Kidney Foundation, Singapore
Ngee Ann Polytechnic (Singapore)
Prince Albert II Monaco Foundation
Singapore Water Association
Sir Stamford Raffles Lodge
School of the Arts (SOTA)
Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development, Vietnam
Provincial Ministry of Rural Development (Cambodia)
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) School of Public Health
CARITAS Humanitarian Aid and Reliefs (CHARIS), Singapore
China Association for Poverty Alleviation and Development (CAPAD)
Nanyang Technological University - Wee Kim Wee School of Communication Information
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Lien AID is an international non-profit committed to enabling sustainable access to clean water and sanitation for Asia’s rural poor. Founded in 2006, Lien AID focuses on community-based approaches in the delivery of multi-year WASH programmes. Through partnerships with local governments, civil society organisations and private businesses, we hope to provide the impetus for better water governance and a future where clean water access is available to everyone.

Find out more about our water projects at lienaid.org.