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FLOW inspires lasting behaviour change with regards to corporate and citizen water usage through various design challenges, media campaigns, events and products. These activations are also used to spread awareness of global water scarcity and water quality issues.


FLOW enables corporates, government and citizens to contribute towards and, or purchase, solutions to the water scarcity and water quality issues experienced by many citizens of South Africa.


FLOW facilitates innovative project based solutions to local water scarcity and water quality issues as well as restoring flow in corporate and/or community conflict situations.

Human beings are made up of over 70% water, and so is the planet.  Water is systemic and part of everything we do including: health care; food and agriculture production; power generation; construction; transport and product development.
There is a clear consensus that there will be a fresh water supply-and-demand gap both globally and in South Africa. Recognition that this impacts us all, is an opportunity to unify and engage in collective action that inspires lasting behaviour change that is respectful of water as a source of life, mindful of water usage and prioritises water preservation.
FLOW aims to inspire action across all sectors of society, while reminding each of us that we have a considerable impact on ourselves, each other and the planet. It is our choice.
The unifying message of “For Love Of Water” communicates an understanding that, in order to nurture life, as human beings and as shared custodians of planet Earth, need to live and act for love of water.
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In our spotlight

The FLOW Team is currently focused on the following:

World Water Day 2017
World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about taking action to tackle the water crisis. Today, there are over 663 million people living without a safe water supply close to home, spending countless hours queuing or trekking to distant sources, and coping with the health impacts of using contaminated water.

Genius of SPACE
The Genius of SPACE Project is building innovative water and waste treatment solutions in Langrug – an informal settlement in the Western Cape, South Africa. The project uses Biomimicry principles to clean up the grey water, storm water, and solid waste challenges that the community face. These low tech, easily maintained solutions will help to address the key challenges faced by this community such as health and well being.

Secret Sunrise Water Flow
We’re wonderfully excited to bring you Secret Sunrise Water Flow in collaboration with Secret Sunrise and Unify. March 22nd is World Water Day #WorldWaterDay and we can’t imagine dancing for a better cause than life-giving, thirst-quenching, awe-inspiring WATER!

How We Do What We Do

In the 7 years since FLOW was established we have worked with talented, visionary and passionate artists, musicians, engineers, embassies, ministers, organizations, governments, celebrities, agencies and companies. We are grateful for their contribution and for being For Love Of Water.

Take a look at our portfolio…

FLOW has used a simple easy to manufacture, set-up & maintain design concept for its Water Station units. The unit was designed in consultation with the city officials, and so has all the necessary details that allow it to be plugged into the city's water & emergency systems.
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FLOW encourages South African’s to share their water stories. Storytelling is the social and cultural activity of sharing stories as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation and instilling moral values.
In 1993, the United Nations General Assembly officially designated March 22 as World Water Day. World Water Day is coordinated by UN-Water in collaboration with governments and partners. With a different theme every year, they provide campaign materials for you to use.
National Water Week in South Africa is an awareness week campaign by the Department of Water and Sanitation which serves as a powerful campaign mechanism re-iterating the value of water, the need for sustainable management of this scarce resource and the role water plays in eradicating poverty and under-development in South Africa.
The Genius of SPACE project builds innovative water and waste treatment solutions in informal settlements in South Africa. The community of Langrug in the Western Cape is the pilot site for phase one of this project. The solutions are inspired by the genius of nature and the community.