We're supporting girls and women around the world to take control of their menstrual health - so they can look forward to a better future.
Broken handpumps and wells are no longer a problem in Mahoba district, India, thanks to Ram Rati and her team.
Sisay started working at her local water and sanitation as a meter reader, but now she is one of the first trained female plumbers in her area.
After Pooja's marriage ended, she decided to dedicate her time to improving the lives of her community – and pursuing her own career dreams.
Follow the community of Sajbote Siruwani in Nepal on their journey to having clean, safe water.
Safe, clean water changes everything for the people of Mojo village, Ethiopia.
WaterAid Uganda has been working with 40 schools in the slums of Kampala, the capital. As well as providing safe water and sanitation facilities, we’re promoting menstrual hygiene in schools to empower students and teachers to talk about the subject.
We're marking the first Menstrual Hygiene Day by challenging the myths surrounding periods, so they no longer stop women and girls achieving their ambitions.
Meet our Programme Officer in Sierra Leone, a post-conflict country where we have recently started working again.