The Tanzania Water project at BGU works in parallel to the TAU branch in different regions in Tanzania, it aims to develop and install water filtration systems that make access to clean water easier for the community.
Their Water Purification design is based on the simplest materials available such as sand and gravel, making it sustainable, and easily replaceable with the scarce resources at hand.
The Urban Agriculture project at BGU is concerned with modernizing and optimizing agriculture in highly-populated Urban areas, using the approach of Hydroponic Agriculture.
Hydroponic Agriculture is a way to skip the soil, using different materials, mostly water supporting materials, to support the roots of the plants. These non-soil methods are well suited for roofs, balconies and small gardens, that characterize living in the city.