Every time you fly, we give



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Safe drinking water is not readily available in poverty-stricken areas of Tanzania. Installing a new 28m rope pump enables safe water to be extracted from the well more easily and is less strenuous for women and children. A concrete sanitary seal also ensures safe deeper water is protected from potentially polluted shallow aquifers.

Our goal is to improve the health of a child and provide employment to local contractors by being part of this mission to install quality water points for rural communities. Every time you fly at the Lab we give to make this happen.


The water points are located on a demand basis when contacted by the community themselves. The location of the rope pumps are based on an environmental survey of the area where the community live; aiming to reduce distance to travel for water and to prevent environmental contamination of the source. Together our contribution aims to subsidise the cost of the water point for the community thereby allowing the water points to be affordable for rural Tanzanian communities. The rural villages our program parter MSABI works in are located in the Kilombero, Ulanga, Malinyi and Kilosa Districts of Tanzania.

MSABI has emerged as a leader in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector within Tanzania. The organisation has directly benefited >80,000 people through the provision of water and sanitation infrastructure, and >400,000 through hygiene sensitisation programs. An integrated, multi-disciplinary and cost effective process is used to improve the health of rural communities. MSABI acts as a business incubator and aims at creating sustainable local WASH enterprises, capable of delivering high quality products and services through market based solutions.

MSABI’s mission is to work in collaboration with disadvantaged rural Tanzanian communities to improve health standards related to water and sanitation, through education programs and infrastructure improvements, resulting in community empowerment leading to sustainable businesses and management of water assets.


Actively contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals


“Each tiny effort builds on the next, so that brick by brick, magnificent things can be created” ~ Robin Sharma



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The Daintree Rainforest in Queensland is the oldest rainforest in the world and an important site of international conservation. While most of the Daintree Rainforest was declared a World heritage Area in 1988, areas of the Daintree Lowland Rainforest were not included and were subsequently divided into rural residential lots.

Our goal is to reduce the amount of fragmentation of the Daintree Rainforest, preserve its unique biodiversity and protect its threatened and endangered species. Every time you join a course at the Lab we give to make this happen.


Rainforest Rescue is a not-for-profit organisation that has been protecting and restoring rainforests in Australia and internationally since 1998 by providing opportunities for individuals and businesses to Protect Rainforests Forever. Their mission is to inspire, engage and build community for the protection, preservation and restoration of rainforests through planting, maintenance and restoration programs, as well as purchasing and protecting high conservation value rainforest, preserving its biodiversity and public education.

Rainforest Rescue has planted approximately 250,000 trees in Australia and around the world with over 86,000 trees in the Daintree Rainforest alone. Rainforest Rescue currently aims to support over 122 rare, threatened and endangered species in the Daintree rainforest including: Endangered Blue Tassal Fern (huperzia dalhousieana), the Rare Russell River Lime (Microcitrus inodora) and Cooperu 2019s Creek Walnut. Several animal species also facing the threat of extinction are the Musky-rat Kangaroo, Spotted-tail Quoll and the Southern Cassowary found only in the Daintree Rainforest area.


Actively contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals


Watch the UN video ‘We The People’ to find out more on this global project