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  • How can India's rural poor deal with 'wild water'?

    Sheela, 35, with her family at home in the village of Kubri, Bundelhand region.
    Posted 28 Mar 2017 by Anil Cherukupalli

    Whilst 94% of the population in India has access to some form of improved drinking water source, most drinking water sources are not resilient to climate change. Anil Cherukupalli, Media and Communications Manager for WaterAid India, explores what this means for the country's rural poor.

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  • What do rocks have to do with water, sanitation and hygiene?

    Randullabad: Conceptual model
    Posted 17 Mar 2017 by Arjen Naafs

    India uses more groundwater than China and the USA combined, and its supplies are rapidly depleting. Arjen Naafs, WaterAid's Technical Advisor for South Asia, delves into the hydrogeology that could help communities manage reserves effectively.

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  • 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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  • Can mobile technology revolutionise data use in the WASH sector?

    Mary walking carrying a bucket of water.
    Posted 28 Aug 2015 by Erik Harvey

    The proposed Sustainable Development Goal on water and sanitation is good news for global poverty – and presents a huge challenge. Erik Harvey, Head of Programme Support Unit at WaterAid, discusses the role mobile technologies such as mWater could have in ensuring we have the data we need to achieve it.

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