In Cambodia, millions live without toilets or access to clean water, increasing the spread of preventable diseases.
WaterAid is working to change this and improve water, sanitation and hygiene services for everyone, everywhere.
How did Mr Darcy react when Elizabeth Bennett asked him to buy tampons? What happened when Jo March leaked on her dress at a ball? WaterAid’s Ten most awkward #PeriodDrama moments imagines how literary heroines dealt with their own period dramas.
Grace's story18 May 2016 | International
WaterAid work so that everyone everywhere can have access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene education by 2030.
Survivors of last year’s earthquakes in Nepal talk to us about their experiences, their hopes to rebuild, and why toilets are essential.
Every Girl15 Feb 2016 | Australia
Every girl should have the chance to follow her dreams.
Interview with WaterAid’s Rosie Wheen by Jules Lund about The Body Shop and WaterAid Christmas campaign.