In the sprawling rural landscapes, where the daily battle for water and sanitation looms large, Amalooloo emerges with innovative dry sanitation technology. It not only champions the cause of environmental sustainability but also restores dignity to communities long neglected.

Sanitation is dignity

The People

Mpho Mathabathe - Sanitation Support Agent at Amalooloo (60 sec)

Mpho Mathabathe sees Amalooloo as a beacon in their waterless world, turning waste into compost "gold." His work empowers communities to cultivate prosperity and health through backyard gardens, championing a sustainable future.

Maureen Mamakoko - Health & Hygiene Officer at Amalooloo: (60 Sec)

Maureen Mamakoko fosters growth by teaching hygiene and sustainability. She promotes Amalooloo's cycle of growth, where waste is not waste but a source of wealth, helping families thrive through backyard gardening.

Lukas Fourie - Founder and CEO of Amalooloo: (60 Sec)

Lukas Fourie's vision of dignified sanitation has become a reality with Amalooloo. His dedication over 37 years has led to sustainable, safe solutions for rural communities, rewarding him with smiles of gratitude.

Matome Thakgalang - Grade 7 Learner at Bonega Madikubung Primary School (60 Sec)

Twelve-year-old Matome finds dignity in Amalooloo's clean, safe toilets. This innovation has transformed his school experience, emphasizing hygiene and health, making every day safer and more dignified.

Adelaine M Moretsele - SGB Chairperson at Bonega Madikubung Primary School: (30 Sec)

Adelaine M Moretsele shares the transformative impact of Amalooloo on her school's sanitation. Safe and innovative, these toilets have brought dignity and happiness, making sanitation worries a thing of the past.

Lukas Fourie - Founder and CEO of Amalooloo (30 Sec)

 

CORPORATE OVERVIEW

The Story

In the heart of rural South Africa, Amalooloo is changing lives through innovative dry sanitation technology. This initiative, led by Lukas Fourie, brings dignity and environmental sustainability to communities facing water scarcity and sanitation challenges. Unlike traditional methods, Amalooloo's system does not deplete water resources, instead transforming human waste into compost, enriching soil for backyard gardens. This holistic approach not only solves a critical public health issue but also promotes economic self-sufficiency.

The impact of Amalooloo's work is profound, significantly reducing school absenteeism, especially among girls, and empowering communities with employment opportunities and education on health and hygiene. It's a shining example of how public-private partnerships can quickly scale solutions, protecting and uplifting rural populations. Amalooloo is more than just toilets; it's about dignity, progress, and sustainability, offering a brighter future for rural communities. Through innovation and collaboration, Amalooloo is rewriting the narrative of rural sanitation, making it a beacon of hope and transformation.

The Gallery

Grade R's being shown how to use the Amalooloo at their school
Grade R's being shown how to use the Amalooloo at their school
An Amalooloo beneficiary being taught how the system works
An Amalooloo beneficiary being taught how the system works
Holistic sanitation recycles waste into fertiliser
Holistic sanitation recycles waste into fertiliser
Amalooloo toilets in the making
Amalooloo toilets in the making
Margaret Matentshe of Shagasheng Cooperative
Margaret Matentshe of Shagasheng Cooperative
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