WaterAid is an international non-governmental organisation with a mission to transform lives by improving access to safe water, improved hygiene and sanitation in the world's poorest communities.
We use film to document and share stories about the people we work with, and places we work in, to raise awareness and inspire action on the global water and sanitation crisis.
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WorldView is a project of the Public Media Alliance and provides grants and support to documentary filmmakers across the globe enabling them to use great storytelling to bring the richness and diversity of the world to mass audiences through multi-platform media.
The Public Media Alliance is the largest global association of public service broadcasters. Its members are the organisations that communicate daily and free of charge through TV, radio and online with the 2.5 billion citizens living in the 54 countries that our members serve.
In a globalised world the PMA regards international coverage as a cornerstone of public broadcasting. But international coverage is not only about news – innovative storytelling is crucial for contextualising world events and raising awareness of issues affecting the wider world.
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Every year, the UN designates 22 March as World Water Day. It's a chance for us to think about what safe water means to us and what it could mean to the millions of people around the world living without it.