#Clean water

  • Article: These Popsicles Are Literally Made From Raw Sewage. Here's Why.
    Water & Sanitation

    These Popsicles Are Literally Made From Raw Sewage. Here's Why.

    By Meghan Werft|May 24, 2017

    Want to eat one? Read more

  • Article: Millions of People in India Are Being Poisoned by Their Water
    Water & Sanitation

    Millions of People in India Are Being Poisoned by Their Water

    By Gabriella Canal|April 28, 2017

    After years of exposure, thousands have developed various forms of cancer. Read more

  • Article: This Is Why Richard Branson Wants New Zealand Farms to Grow Weed
    Environment

    This Is Why Richard Branson Wants New Zealand Farms to Grow Weed

    By Meghan Werft|March 29, 2017

    And for good reason. Read more

  • Article: Papua New Guinea Is Ranked Fourth for Worst Access to Rural Water
    Water & Sanitation

    Papua New Guinea Is Ranked Fourth for Worst Access to Rural Water

    By Marnie Cunningham|March 22, 2017

    Climate change affecting water security in the Pacific Read more

  • Article: Why Do So Many People Still Struggle to Access Clean Water?
    Water & Sanitation

    Why Do So Many People Still Struggle to Access Clean Water?

    By Marnie Cunningham|March 22, 2017

    Get the facts on World Water Day Read more

  • Article: 23 Countries With Best and Worst Water Supplies
    Water & Sanitation

    23 Countries With Best and Worst Water Supplies

    By Meghan Werft|Aug. 24, 2016

    In Afghanistan, only 13 percent of the population has access to clean water. Read more

  • Article: What do you wish were true for every child, everywhere?
    Citizenship

    What do you wish were true for every child, everywhere?

    By Meghan Werft|June 7, 2016|Johnson & Johnson

    Global Citizens at Women Deliver share their thoughts. Read more

  • Article: Citizens across Africa want their governments to clean up their water systems
    Water & Sanitation

    Citizens across Africa want their governments to clean up their water systems

    By Katherine Curtiss |April 13, 2016

    When more people have access to cell phone service than piped water there is a problem. Read more