We work with a number of other campaigning organisations and coalitions across Australia to make sure our voice is heard loud and clear. Read more about these below and get in touch if you’d like to work with us.

End Water Poverty

End Water Poverty (EWP) is a growing international campaign that is supported by over 180 like-minded organisations from across the world. The coalition is calling for immediate action to address the global sanitation and water crisis. End Water Poverty is a global civil society coalition made up of over 185 like minded organisations in 55 countries worldwide. The coalition is calling for immediate action to address the global water and sanitation crisis.

Organisations large and small are members of the campaign. Ranging from Save the Children, Care International, Oxfam and Plan International to UWASNET in Uganda, ROCS in Zambia, Simavi in the Netherlands, Banga Jananee in Bangladesh. You can see the full list of End Water Poverty members here.

If you are a member of a non-profit organisation, please encourage them to become part of this growing coalition.

WASH Reference Group

In 2007 a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Reference Group was formed comprising organisations passionate about WASH. There are now 26 member organisations, including WaterAid in Australia, aiming to create a forum for sharing and communicating best practice knowledge and experiences of delivering water and sanitation activities and advocate for the Australian government to increase the priority given to WASH.

Make Poverty History

WaterAid is a member of the Make Poverty History (MPH) campaign – a coalition of more than 70 aid and development organisations, community and faith-based groups. In Australia, MPH works in partnership with Micah Challenge and the Global Call For Action Against Poverty (GCAP) to achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals and halve global poverty by 2015.

MICAH Challenge

WaterAid worked closely with Micah Challenge, a global campaign of Christians speaking out against poverty and injustice, on the Toilet Tour.