Follow-up video to their 2012 Award to LooLa.
BBC's Stephen Sackur explains why LooLa was crowned world #1 in responsible tourism
View the key parts of the 2015 London WRT award ceremony with BBC’s Stephen Sackur, also featuring our LooLa staff Karno Ako on his first visit to Europe!
Bird view of LooLa
Our beautiful place, seen from above.
Wala Wala Staff Retreat
Video from the Wala Wala Bar, enjoying their annual company retreat in LooLa.
Singapore Poly Students
Poly Students made a LooLa promotional video for their Business course.
Activities in LooLa
With a big thank you to Francois and Catherine for sending us this video
Summer Camp in LooLa
Together with our partner Centaurs rugby club.
Football camps in LooLa
This one was organised by CUFA
Secondary school trip
Thank you Canadian school for contributing this video!
Dental care for Bintan's orphans
Thank you Nanyang Poly students, for coming twice a year to LooLa to serve orphans –they are looking forward to your next visit!
Safe Water Garden
With thanks to Sam McGoun’s team of Impact Traveller, let this video inspire you to join us in our goal: safe water and sanitation for every village family by 2030
Safe Water Garden - Get to know what it's about!
Thank you to Mallika Virdi, a student at Nanyang Polytechnic, for helping us create this video (and so many others)!
Safe Water Garden - With English subtitles
Safe Water Garden - With Indonesian subtitles
This is the same movie by Stella Chan (see above) but this time adapted for our Indonesian audiences by Stella and Mallika.
We are in awe of the amazing contributions by Singapore’s polytechnic students!
Rotary Club supporting SWG!
Open defecation in rural Indonesia causes contamination of water sources leading to disease, high children mortality, and stunted growth. In this video, the Rotary Club was appealing to its members to raise funds so that they can apply for a Global Grant of USD 45,000 … and they succeeded in July 2021!
The fund will support SWG installation for a rural community (~100 households) in the Citarum area (West Java), one of the world’s most polluted river shed areas. Combined with hygiene educational programs and further research, this project will act as a springboard for the SWG to go national and to bring us closer to our goal of bringing lifesaving sanitation to all Indonesian villagers before 2030.
Watch the video to find out more!
Safe Water Gardens
2 minute video
An amazing contribution by Anripa Media, this video gives a quick overview of what Safe Water Gardens are, what benefits they bring, and what our vision for the future is.
Safe Water Gardens by families
It’s not just schools and companies that build Safe Water Gardens:
Families –even with very young kids– have been digging too!
Safe Water Gardens by schools
A fantastic video made by Singapore-based school SJII’s videographer Dylan James George
A call to action: help our neighbours
COVID has hit our neighbours in Indonesia hard, especially the people of Bintan, who depend on tourism.
But we can help, and there is no better way to do so than to bring lifesaving water and sanitation systems.
Watch this video to see how … and visit https://give.asia/campaign/safewatergarden#/ to join the action!