WaterAid's reusable bottles at Glastonbury.
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Have you got the bottle for Glastonbury 2017?13 Apr 2017

They’re light, they’re durable and they’re back! Get your hands on one of WaterAid's reusable water bottles and help put an end to plastic waste at this year’s festival.

A Buddha as seen through a water droplet.

Life through a water lens21 Mar 2017

What do a rice farmer, a businesswoman and a schoolboy have in common? They've all been inside a tiny droplet of water...
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What are stars made of?6 Jan 2017

Brian Blessed is 11% machine, Nadiya Hussain is 15% optimist and Chris Packham is 16% geek. Surprised?
Two girls collect water from the new tap in Lovasoa, Madagascar.

The unsung heroes of 2016: our top ten moments29 Dec 2016

It’s been a challenging year in the UK and abroad. But some amazing things have been happening behind the scenes, and people like you have been busy making the world a better place.
Rona Mweemba with the rehabilitated borehole in her village in Zambia.

WaterAid and People’s Postcode Lottery1 Dec 2016

This autumn, WaterAid has received a staggering £2.5 million raised by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, to support its life-saving water and sanitation projects across Sub-Saharan Africa.
A toilet roll depicting London.

The world’s cities reimagined – in toilet roll 18 Nov 2016

Once a toilet roll has served its purpose, what do you do with it? Put it in the recycling? Or set about using it to create some breath-taking art? Paris-based artist Anastassia Elias opted for the latter this World Toilet Day.