This International Day of Persons with Disabilities, meet the inspiring people leading the way towards equality and accessibility for all… via the nearest toilet.
In October 2016 a group of ten water industry supporters travelled to Mozambique to see firsthand the work being done there.
The arrival of clean, safe water means this remote community now has the chance for a more prosperous future.
It’s been a life-changing year for the people of Chandaka. In 2015 a water pump was installed, and all 34 households got access to clean water overnight. Since then, the village has gone from strength to strength.
Two previously quiet villages are now in party mood after the arrival of clean, safe water.
Our exciting new Thames Loves Malawi partnership will deliver lasting change in two rapidly growing towns.
Whether you're boxing, cycling or kung fu fighting, safe water is essential for any successful sportsperson. But around the globe, not every budding athlete can take it for granted.
Join us as we take a trip back to one of WaterAid’s early projects, and find out what life is like with clean, safe water, 22 years on.
In the outskirts of Burkina Faso’s capital city, Ouagadougou, two families explain the life-changing difference living with – and without – a toilet can make.