Your vote could change the lives of floating communities in Cambodia

Google Impact Challenge - VOTE NOW

EWB Australia and Live & Learn have a 4 out of 10 chance to be awarded $500,000 through the Google Impact Challenge. The grant will be used to support local Cambodian entrepreneurs to scale-up the floating toilet and biodigester on the Tonle Sap Lake.

Vote for EWB here by 13 October 2014.

Technology can solve some of the world's biggest challenges - poverty, water, sanitation and hygiene, and access to clean energy. This is why we ask for your support - and this is why we are on a mission to scale up appropriate technology fast, both in Australia and throughout the Indo-Pacific region.

You can contribute - with every action or conversation - to growing the humanitarian engineering movement. You don't have to quit your job or venture to a far flung place in Nepal. Your first opportunity is now, by voting here to make this a reality.

“The 10 finalists in the Google Impact Challenge stood out to us thanks to their innovative ideas that use technology to make a big impact on important causes - from tackling environmental crises to making education more accessible to helping Australians better manage their own health and assisting people in need.”

- Maile Carnegie, Managing Director, Google Australia