#water and sanitation

  • Article: Proposed USAID Cuts Threaten Progress Made by Water for the World Act
    ImpactWater & Sanitation

    Proposed USAID Cuts Threaten Progress Made by Water for the World Act

    By Katie Dallas|March 22, 2017

    In a world where 2.4 billion need a toilet, we can’t afford to go backwards. Read more

  • Article: The Number of People in Rural India Without Clean Water Equals the Entire UK Population
    Water & Sanitation

    The Number of People in Rural India Without Clean Water Equals the Entire UK Population

    March 22, 2017|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    India is home to highest number of rural people without clean water. Read more

  • Article: From Flint to the Philippines, Water Is Power
    Water & Sanitation

    From Flint to the Philippines, Water Is Power

    March 22, 2017

    Safe, clean water empowers children, families, and communities to thrive. Read more

  • Article: Why Wells Are Killing People in Conflict Zones
    Water & Sanitation

    Why Wells Are Killing People in Conflict Zones

    Aug. 24, 2016|Concern Worldwide

    In Gaga, a mundane task like fetching water can serve as a reminder of the horror that took place. Read more

  • Article: Michele Sullivan Tells the True Meaning of "Together.Stronger"
    Citizenship

    Michele Sullivan Tells the True Meaning of "Together.Stronger"

    Aug. 10, 2016|Caterpillar Foundation

    “If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together.” Read more

  • Article: How ending open defecation in this community changed women's lives
    Water & Sanitation

    How ending open defecation in this community changed women's lives

    July 3, 2016

    "Building our own toilets was one of the best decisions we took for our health." Read more

  • Article: Impact Report: World Bank makes $1.5 billion loan to support sanitation efforts in India
    Water & Sanitation

    Impact Report: World Bank makes $1.5 billion loan to support sanitation efforts in India

    By Murphy McAnulty|Feb. 3, 2016

    The World Bank is making incredible headway on its sanitation commitment from the 2014 Festival Read more

  • Article: The leading killer of the world’s poorest children might not be what you think
    Health

    The leading killer of the world’s poorest children might not be what you think

    By Leticia Pfeffer|Nov. 12, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Here is how we can reduce preventable child deaths! Read more