One project. Four towns. Thousands of lives transformed. These are our highlights from Thames Water's life-changing campaign, Thames4Bangladesh.
WaterAid ambassador and world-renowned harpist Catrin Finch visited communities without safe water and toilets, and saw for herself the difference these essentials can make.
The arrival of safe, clean water calls for big celebrations in the village of Sajbote Siruwani.
From sand dams to rainfall gauges and level loggers, find out about the different technologies helping communities in Burkina Faso to take control of their water supply.
When we launched an innovative pilot project in Josephine's village, she decided to make the most of having regular access to safe water – and set up her own business.
Meet the communities at the heart of our pioneering new project in Burkina Faso, where local people have the tools to control their own water supply for the very first time.
Koudougou Aminata was trained as a water monitor by WaterAid. Now she helps her community in Burkina Faso make the best use of their inconsistent water supplies.
Lawayesh Wonde lives in a slum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She is the accountant for a WaterAid project that has built a rainwater-harvesting tank, toilets and showers in the slum.
Meet the ‘Toilet Ladies’! Sangeeta Srivastava and Chetna Tiwari have become well known in Kanpur, India, after motivating people to build life-changing toilets in more than 40 slums.