Jayanti and her six month old son in front of their still-standing latrine in Lele, Lalitpur district, Nepal.
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The race against time for aid in Nepal27 May 2015

WaterAid's News Manager Carolynne Wheeler, who has recently returned from Nepal, on the challenges of getting aid to survivors of the country's two devastating earthquakes

A man looks at himself in the mirror in a bathroom.

If men had periods26 May 2015

This Menstrual Hygiene Day, 28 May, we're asking how different life would be if men had periods – and why it matters for girls and women around the world.

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.

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 our emergency response.
Opening the main drainage works at Crossness, 15 April, 1865

The building that changed London4 Apr 2015

There are many iconic buildings in the UK capital - but which is the most important? Thanks to the work of his great-great-great-grandfather, Edward Bazalgette's answer might just surprise you.

A boy splashes water in Madagascar.

WaterAid number one water, sanitation and hygiene charity25 Mar 2015 | UK

Philanthropedia – whose mission it is to improve the effectiveness of non-profit organisations – awarded WaterAid the number one spot in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector after surveying experts to identify who was making the greatest impact.