Álon’s Partners demonstrate a reach and influence far beyond their own.
They advance the global water and sustainable development agendas through their respective fields of endeavor – adopting the “Art & Culture with a Cause” theme aligned with the UN Millennium Development Goals and Decade of “Water for Life” (2005-2015). We encourage and welcome key advocates and change agents to collaborate; to connect industry leaders and best practices with the efficient and effective allocation of resources towards sustainable water and environmental projects with impact.
- Huub J. Gijzen, Director of the UNESCO Regional Office for Science for Asia & Pacific. Director of the UNESCO Cluster Office. Director UNESCO Representative for Brunei, East Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, & The Philippines. www.unesco.org.
- Water Footprint Network, Global NGO. www.waterfootprint.org
- Green Cross International, Global, Water for Life & Peace; Environmental Security & Sustainability. www.gcint.org
- Fostering Education & Environment for Development, Inc (FEED), National NGO, The Philippines. www.feed.org.ph
- Surfista Travels Philippines, Sustainable Eco-Tourism. www.surfistatravels.com
- The Tiago Group, Lifestyle Philanthropy. www.tiagogroup.com.sg
- Mangenguey Island, Palawan, The Philippines. www.mangenguey.com
- Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, Leading Contemporary Art Gallery, NYC, USA. www.hkphotographs.com & The Blue Collection
- Mander Jewelry, Unique, Avant-guard Jewelry, NYC, USA. www.manderjewelry.com
- Asia-Europe Foundation for Dialogue on Sustainable Development, International NGO. www.ce-desd.org
- Sylvia Earle, National Geographic, Ocean Hero. In-Resident Explorer. World Renown Oceanographer. Living Legend ocean.nationalgeographic.com/ocean/take-action/ocean-hero-sylvia-earle/.
- Andy Kerr, Senior Consultant at International Financial Services, Singapore. www.interfs.com/sg/singapore_sites.html
- Maximilian Martin, Director, Impact Economy. Former Global Head of Philanthropy, UBS. www.impacteconomy.com
Water is the only natural resource to touch all aspects of human civilization – from agricultural and industrial development to the cultural and religious values embedded in society. The need and demand for water have been a driving force for health, for society, for economic prosperity, for cultural significance and development throughout history. – World Health Organization.