Every day, 800 million women around the world are on their period, so why is it still such a taboo? This Menstrual Hygiene Day we're challenging the myths and taboos, because there's #NoShame in periods.
Mani Karmacharya, our Voices from the Field Officer in Nepal, travels to a remote, beautiful community to celebrate the arrival of clean water.
Whether village chief or pump mechanic, read the stories of four women leading their communities towards a safer, cleaner future.
WaterAid asked multi-generational families around the world to have their photo taken with the things that show progress in their lives. And from the UK to Malawi, the US to Nepal, the one thing that unites them? The clean running water and safe toilets they all now have access to.
Meet our Voices from the Field officers and find out what they enjoy most about their work, telling the stories of communities we support around the world.
In October 2016, 100 HSBC employees from around the world braved sub-zero temperatures and trekked 100km across the Gobi Desert, Mongolia, for WaterAid.
Meet the twins and triplets born with clean water as we revisit Kiomboi Hospital one year on from the Deliver Life appeal.
This winter your support helped to transform the village of Vimphere – clean water arrived in the village for the very first time. Select from the stories on this page to find out more about how life has changed for people there.
The arrival of a borehole in Vimphere, Malawi means that Maggie no longer has to compete with her neighbours for clean water.