A selection of useful resources and information for use by journalists and anyone supporting our work.
Serbian photographer, Dusan Stojancevic, has used a unique photography technique to highlight how clean water transforms lives and raise awareness for 663 million people worldwide who still lack access to this vital resource.
Earlier this month we celebrated International Women’s Day (8 March) and today we mark World Water Day (22 March).
Papua New Guinea, Madagascar and Mozambique are among the worst performing countries in the world for rural access to clean water, WaterAid's State of the World's Water 2017 report reveals. The report, released to mark World Water Day on 22 March, warns about the implications of extreme weather events and climate change for the world’s poorest.
Eco-conscious beauty company Aveda is an ongoing supporter of WaterAid through its annual Earth Month activities in April which help people gain access to clean water.
On International Women’s Day WaterAid Australia Chief Executive Rosie Wheen made a presentation at a Water Services Association of Australia event in celebration of the day. Here is an edited transcript of her speech.
In the lead up to International Women’s Day on 8 March our CEOs are raising awareness of the lack of gender equality around the world.