Our short films show some of the ways we've transformed people's lives through safe water, improved sanitation and hygiene education. Watch more films on our YouTube channel. If you would like to be able to play our films offline, please contact the Film Team.
Women walk with plastic water containers on their heads in an arid location.

Transforming women's lives3 May 2012 | Zambia

Life without access to clean water and toilets is tough for everybody. But the consequences of not having these basic services affect women and girls the most.

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Children touch water spray coming from a hose.

The story of The Big Dig Appeal15 Oct 2012 | Malawi

The incredibly moving story of how The Big Dig Appeal brought clean water and safe sanitation to two villages in rural Malawi this summer, thanks to the amazing support of WaterAid supporters old and new. Find out more at The Big Dig.

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A child drinks from a water containers while looking at someone outside the camera frame.

Ayelach's story 29 Oct 2012 | Ethiopia

Ayelach from Lahyte, Ethiopia, gave birth to her son Oytiba on the river bank while fetching water. Like every parent, she wants a happy and healthy future for her children.

A child fills up a jerrycan from a hand pump.

World Water Day 201221 Mar 2012 | Worldwide

On Thursday 22 March 2012, attention was drawn to something most of us take for granted despite its importance - safe water. There are still 783 million people worldwide without access to clean drinking water. We believe we can reach these people within our generation. Do you? Find out how at World Water Day.

A woman pours a metal water container.

Women: agents of change6 Mar 2012 | India

How women in India are joining forces to improve local water and sanitation facilities.

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