Suliaman Amara collects dirty water as boys bathe in the Wanjai River in the village of Vaama, Sierra Leone.
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Stopping the next Ebola before it starts31 Oct 2014

Of the hundreds of millions of dollars that will be spent battling Ebola, little to none of it will go into lasting infrastructure or ensuring effective systems are in place for next time. Nations must be supported to build up their health, water and sanitation sectors, so that they might have a fighting chance at managing their next crisis.


New advice forum responds to Ebola crisis22 Oct 2014

A group of organisations including the Global WASH Cluster (GWC) and Médecins Sans Frontières is using a new online question and answer forum to answer technical questions as part of the global response to the Ebola crisis.

Boy collecting water

Post-2015 – playing the waiting game 9 Oct 2014

WaterAid UK’s Campaigns Officer Ross Bailey looks at the outcomes from this year’s UN General Assembly opening session and asks what’s next for the Sustainable Development Goals process?