#Water & Sanitation

  • Article: 60,000 Rohingya Children Are Living in ‘Literal Cesspools’, UNICEF Says
    Water & Sanitation

    60,000 Rohingya Children Are Living in ‘Literal Cesspools’, UNICEF Says

    By Imogen Calderwood|Jan. 15, 2018

    These children are "trapped and forgotten." Read more

  • Article: Women on Their Periods Are Being 'Left to Bleed in Cells' by Police
    Water & Sanitation

    Women on Their Periods Are Being 'Left to Bleed in Cells' by Police

    By Imogen Calderwood|Jan. 4, 2018

    The failure to provide sanitary care could breach human rights law, according to a watchdog. Read more

  • Article: How an Airport Passenger Became the Tampon Hero We All Need Right Now
    Girls & Women

    How an Airport Passenger Became the Tampon Hero We All Need Right Now

    By Jackie Marchildon|Dec. 5, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    “Not acceptable!” Read more

  • Article: Badass 11-Year-Old Girl Scientist Invents Device to Help Test Water in Flint, Michigan
    Finance & Innovation

    Badass 11-Year-Old Girl Scientist Invents Device to Help Test Water in Flint, Michigan

    By Phineas Rueckert|Nov. 28, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Her invention could help prevent future water crises. Read more

  • Article: This Tool Makes Water Appear Out of Thin Air
    Water & Sanitation

    This Tool Makes Water Appear Out of Thin Air

    By David Brand|Nov. 22, 2017

    Zero Mass Water’s device allows people to generate their own drinking water — even in arid regions. Read more

  • Article: How to Observe World Toilet Day — A Crash Course on Sanitation
    Water & Sanitation

    How to Observe World Toilet Day — A Crash Course on Sanitation

    By David Brand|Nov. 17, 2017

    4.5 billion people still don’t have a home toilet and 2.3 billion don’t have access to one at all. Read more

  • Article: Years Later, Flint’s Water Crisis May Be Causing Miscarriages
    Water & Sanitation

    Years Later, Flint’s Water Crisis May Be Causing Miscarriages

    By David Brand|Nov. 8, 2017

    Fertility rates are down and miscarriages have increased since the crisis began. Read more

  • Article: Officials in India Believe Public Shaming Is The Best Way to Improve Public Health
    Water & Sanitation

    Officials in India Believe Public Shaming Is The Best Way to Improve Public Health

    By Phineas Rueckert|Nov. 6, 2017

    Some people call it cruel, but could it save lives? Read more