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At WaterAid, we believe in a world where everyone, everywhere has access to safe water, toilets and hygiene education. For 34 years and in 26 countries, we’ve been working with people in the world’s poorest communities to build taps and toilets, campaign for change and bolster the skills of local families. Since 1981, we’ve reached 21 million people with water that is clean and safe to drink and, since 2004, 18 million people with toilets and sanitation.

About WaterAid & Global Citizen

For the first time in history, we have proof that a world where everyone has access to safe water and toilets is an achievable dream. It won’t be easy, but we’ve committed our very existence to making it happen. That’s why we’re proud to be part of Global Citizen. We simply can’t do this alone.

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  1. Artikel: American Photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz Highlights  Global Water Crisis in Pictures

    American Photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz Highlights Global Water Crisis in Pictures

    Von WaterAid |3. Oktober 2016

    68 stunning images that will redefine how you think about water. Mehr Lesen

  2. Artikel: How Tall Would You Be If You Grew Up Without Clean Water?

    How Tall Would You Be If You Grew Up Without Clean Water?

    Von WaterAid |22. September 2016

    Quiz yourself! Mehr Lesen

  3. Artikel: What Keeps Girls in School? Toilets and Clean Water

    What Keeps Girls in School? Toilets and Clean Water

    Von WaterAid |5. September 2016

    Improving girls’ education means providing places to take care of basic daily hygiene needs. Mehr Lesen

  4. Artikel: Banished by Family During Their Period, Girls In Nepal Fight Back With Photos

    Banished by Family During Their Period, Girls In Nepal Fight Back With Photos

    Ein Beitrag von Daniele Selby|WaterAid |2. September 2016

    A firsthand glimpse at how period superstitions impact the lives of girls in Nepal. Mehr Lesen

  5. Artikel: Rebuilding Life in Simjung, Nepal: Stunning Photos Before & After the Earthquake

    Rebuilding Life in Simjung, Nepal: Stunning Photos Before & After the Earthquake

    Von WaterAid |31. August 2016

    Simjung, Nepal is in one of the regions most devastated by the earthquakes in 2015. Mehr Lesen

  6. Artikel: Everyone Poops and Everyone Needs a Toilet.

    Everyone Poops and Everyone Needs a Toilet.

    Ein Beitrag von Marnie Cunningham|WaterAid |23. August 2016

    Join us, take action and #Gofor6! Mehr Lesen

  7. Artikel: A Lack of Clean Water Is Holding These Children Back

    A Lack of Clean Water Is Holding These Children Back

    Von WaterAid |10. August 2016

    Nutrition is all about what you put in your body — including water. Mehr Lesen

  8. Video: top-10-awkward-period-dramas-brought-to-you-by-wat

    10 most awkward #PeriodDramas as told by your favorite literary heroines

    Ein Beitrag von Meghan Werft|WaterAid |27. Mai 2016

    Literally, Aunt Flo is here. Mehr Lesen

  9. Artikel: Girls in Nepal photograph menstrual taboos affecting their lives

    Girls in Nepal photograph menstrual taboos affecting their lives

    Ein Beitrag von Garima Bakshi|WaterAid |26. Mai 2016

    7 menstruation myths in Nepal. Mehr Lesen

  10. Artikel: A photo reflection on the precious items survivors of the Nepal earthquake carried one year ago

    A photo reflection on the precious items survivors of the Nepal earthquake carried one year ago

    Von WaterAid |25. April 2016

    "It was such chaos. But life could not be spent in temporary shelters. I had to do something." Mehr Lesen