29 Apr '17, 6pm

Warka Water tower that pulls drinking water from thin air wins World Design Impact @Kiran53863460 @JugalKhetan

—the brilliant design that harnesses drinking water from thin air—has come a long way since we first covered it in 2014. The innovative project has since built its first pilot in a rural Ethiopian village and recently won the prestigious World Design Impact Prize at a World Design Capital gala in Taipei. Recognized for its potential for creating positive social and environmental impact, the Warka Water project beat out an impressive shortlist of social design projects including HappyTap and

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