• Enabling communities to monitor water levels in Timor-Leste

    Members of the Taliposa community in Nepal attach string to a float as part of a mechanism which monitors water levels.
    Posted 13 Sep 2016 by Moises Pereira

    Achievement of universal access to water and sanitation often requires strong community participation. However, some tasks, such as monitoring water levels, can be too difficult to fulfil. In Timor-Leste, WaterAid is working with local people to find a sustainable solution. Moises Pereira, Water Resource Management Officer at WaterAid Timor-Leste, explains.

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  • We can't settle for a watered-down treaty

    #12DaysOfCOP infographic
    Posted 10 Dec 2015 by Miriam Denis Le Seve

    COP21 in Paris is a precious chance for governments to reach an agreement that could protect the world’s most vulnerable people from the effects of climate change. Miriam Denis Le Seve, WaterAid’s Policy Officer for Climate Change, discusses the priority water, sanitation and hygiene must be given in any global climate treaty this December.

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