GIFT designed and facilitated part of the 2010 Global Leaders Module (GLM), a component of the annual Senior Management Programme at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Participants worked with Hydrologic, a spin-off social enterprise set up by International Development Enterprises (IDE) to provide a rural Cambodians with a cheap low-tech device which provides a source of clean drinking water. The United Nations (UN) estimates that 1.8 million children around the world die each year as a result of diarrhoea, a disease partly caused by contaminated water. This issue is of utmost priority in poverty-stricken Cambodia, where years of civil war left much of the country’s infrastructure in ruins. The business plan proposed a revamp of the NGO-centric distribution system for the Hydrologic Ceramic Water Purifier into a for-profit model that stresses the education of rural Cambodians.