#WASH

  • Article: 900,000 Rohingya Refugees Set to Be Immunized Against Cholera
    AdvocacyWater & Sanitation

    900,000 Rohingya Refugees Set to Be Immunized Against Cholera

    By Elisabeth Resch  and  Shakira Donovan|Oct. 19, 2017

    How a focus on health & sanitation can prevent the humanitarian crisis from worsening. Read more

  • Article: Water in Hundreds of US Towns Contains Cancer-Linked Chemical, Report Finds
    Water & Sanitation

    Water in Hundreds of US Towns Contains Cancer-Linked Chemical, Report Finds

    By David Brand|Oct. 18, 2017

    Nitrate from fertilizers seeps into rural wells and increases the risk of “blue-baby syndrome." Read more

  • Article: Health Officials Pledge to End Deaths from Cholera, ‘Disease of the Poor’
    AdvocacyHealth

    Health Officials Pledge to End Deaths from Cholera, ‘Disease of the Poor’

    By Shakira Donovan|Oct. 16, 2017

    Vaccines and Improved Sanitation Could Save Almost 100,000 Lives Read more

  • Article: Students in Malawi Are Making Reusable Pads to Fight Menstruation Stigma and Keep Girls in School
    Water & Sanitation

    Students in Malawi Are Making Reusable Pads to Fight Menstruation Stigma and Keep Girls in School

    By David Brand|Oct. 13, 2017

    Though these pads seem like a simple solution, they could have a huge impact. Read more

  • Article: How One Organization is Bringing Better Sanitation to Homes in India
    PartnerWater & Sanitation

    How One Organization is Bringing Better Sanitation to Homes in India

    Oct. 6, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    Even toilets can be crowdfunded. Read more

  • Article: Yemen Is Experiencing the Worst Single-Year Cholera Crisis in History
    Water & Sanitation

    Yemen Is Experiencing the Worst Single-Year Cholera Crisis in History

    By Tess Sohngen|Sept. 21, 2017

    The end is not yet in sight. Read more

  • Article: A New Outbreak Is Threatening Ebola Survivors in Congo
    Health

    A New Outbreak Is Threatening Ebola Survivors in Congo

    By Tess Sohngen|Sept. 11, 2017

    Just weeks after the end of the Ebola epidemic. Read more

  • Article: Scientists Thought This Water-Related Disease Was Gone in the US. Today, One-Third of an Alabama County Has It.
    Water & Sanitation

    Scientists Thought This Water-Related Disease Was Gone in the US. Today, One-Third of an Alabama County Has It.

    By Tess Sohngen|Sept. 7, 2017

    And it's spreading. Read more