Odetha Nyirahabimana's daughter Janett Uwimana, 4 (right), helping to collect water from the re-habilitated borehole, Nyamigende village, Juru sector, Bugesera district, Rwanda.
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Everyone, Everywhere 203018 May 2015

Today, we launch our new global strategy designed to help reach everyone, everywhere with safe water, sanitation and hygiene by 2030.
Pooja Bharti, 24, a community leader, during menstrual hygiene sessions in Juhi Bamburahiya, Kanpur, India, 1 April 2014.

How many wives does it take to fetch water?7 May 2015

In communities with poor access to water, women often bear the burden of collecting it, but an extraordinary tradition in rural India takes this inequality to another level. Anil Cherukupalli, WaterAid India’s Media and Communications Manager, tells us about the water wives of Denganmal.
Impact of Nepal earthquake in Kathmandu

Nepal earthquake: dealing with the disaster1 May 2015

On Saturday 25 April, a devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, killing over 6,000 people and leaving thousands more injured. WaterAid's Technical Advisor for South Asia, Arjen Naafs, is currently in Nepal and leading WaterAid's emergency response.
Nepal quake kills more than 3000

Nepal earthquake27 Apr 2015

WaterAid's priority is to provide water and sanitation assistance to communities affected by the massive earthquake in Nepal.
Sanitation marketing in Cambodia

How to sell toilets: a new approach to sanitation marketing in South East Asia22 Apr 2015

In Cambodia, an organisation named WaterSHED has developed a successful approach to marketing sanitation to remote communities which has reached 40% of Cambodians and is spreading fast across the Mekong region. Girish Menon, WaterAid’s Director of International Programmes and Deputy Chief Executive, went to see their programme in action to find out how it works.
Water logging on the main road, there is no prevention method in place for this problem to date, Paikgacha Paurasava, Bangladesh, 2014.

Flooding and sludge issues – at home and abroad9 Apr 2015

Learning can be a two-way street: Rémi Kaupp, WaterAid’s Programme Officer – Urban, travelled with Yorkshire Water and AECOM engineers to Bangladesh, and discovered that the UK and Bangladesh have more water challenges in common than you might expect.
Bintou Koura, 40, collects dirty water from a partially dried riverbed in Imbina, Burkina Faso, October 2014.

Tackling drought in West Africa: training communities to be water experts27 Mar 2015

In drought-prone areas of Burkina Faso, WaterAid has been training local people to manage water supplies and address WASH issues. Sarah Dobsevage, Director of Strategic Partnerships at WaterAid America, describes how we are working with communities to build their resilience to water challenges.