Donate

  • No more excuses: time to clear the path for people with disabilities

    A woman in a wheelchair.
    Posted 1 Dec 2016 by Dan Jones and Jane Wilbur

    On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, WaterAid’s Advocacy Coordinator, Dan Jones, and Equality, Inclusion and Rights Advisor, Jane Wilbur, reflect that it’s time to get real about ‘leaving no-one behind’.

    Read more... Comments (0)
  • Basti Vikas Manch: Binding Communities Together

    The Basti Vikas Manch at NBT Nagar, Pattigadda, assembles for a meeting.
    Posted 14 Sep 2016 by Sharada Annamaraju

    When the women of a small slum in Hyderabad, southern India, found their only water supply polluted by sewage and then cut off, they stood together and fought for their rights. Their efforts, and those of other groups like them, are transforming the futures of slum communities across the city. Sharada Annamaraju, Content Officer at WaterAid India, explains how.

    Read more... Comments (0)
  • How do you campaign for accessible public toilets?

    A wheelchair outside a toilet.
    Posted 5 Sep 2016 by Rémi Kaupp and Jane Wilbur

    How can we ensure there are enough public toilets for people with disabilities? Rémi Kaupp, WaterAid UK’s Urban Sanitation Specialist, and Jane Wilbur, Equality, Inclusion and Rights Advisor, share insights from the around the world.

    Read more... Comments (0)
  • Count Me In: partnering with the arts to get the message out about inclusive WASH

    A still from the Count Me In films.
    Posted 15 Jul 2016 by James Wicken

    As WaterAid releases a new set of films on inclusive water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in Cambodia, James Wicken, Country Director of WaterAid Cambodia, looks at how – by asking ourselves the question, ‘How do you make yet another set of national guidelines interesting?’ – we’ve ended up with a rewarding partnership full of energy and potential.

    Read more... Comments (1)
  • Women Deliver – day by day

    Tiffany Langston at Women Deliver conference.
    Posted 18 May 2016 by Tiffany Langston

    Women Deliver, the largest global conference about the rights of women and girls, is taking place in Copenhagen this week. Tiffany Langston, Communications Manager at WaterAid America is our eyes and ears at the event. Read her daily updates to find out how we’ve been bringing water, sanitation and hygiene to conversations.

    Read more... Comments (0)
  • Girl talk: water, sanitation and hygiene at Women Deliver

    Girls at school in Zambia.
    Posted 17 May 2016 by Margaret Batty

    As the world’s largest conference on the health, rights and wellbeing of women and girls gets underway in Copenhagen, Margaret Batty, Director of Global Policy and Advocacy at WaterAid UK discusses why water, sanitation and hygiene are – rightfully – at the top of the agenda.

    Read more... Comments (0)
  • International Women's Day 2016: empowering women and girls through WASH

    Alice Namonje, Menstrual Hygiene Coordinator speaks to students at Lubunda Primary School, Zambia.
    Posted 8 Mar 2016 by Barbara Frost

    This International Women’s Day, WaterAid is calling on governments to make safe, private toilets and handwashing facilities a priority in homes, schools and healthcare facilities, to address the inherent gender discrimination that comes when these services are lacking.

    Read more... Comments (0)
  • SACOSAN-VI – a marketplace for ideas

    Avinash Kumar and Neeraj Jain from WaterAid India at ECOSAN.
    Posted 25 Jan 2016 by Avinash Kumar

    Progress, challenges and diversity: Avinash Kumar, Director of Programmes and Policy at WaterAid India, rounds up the discussions and outcomes of the 6th South Asian Conference on Sanitation.

    Read more... Comments (0)