To mark Menstrual Hygiene Day on 28 May, we’re asking why girls and women around the world still have to overcome major obstacles every month – because they have their period.
In Nepal, the lives of Sushma and her friends are turned upside down when they have their periods. Here, they use cameras for the first time to capture their experiences.
Discover the stories of enterprising teenagers who are bringing clean water to their communities in Nicaragua – and helping to beat gang violence at the same time.
Three British Scouts visit Madagascar to discover how difficult life without clean water can be – and how we work with Madagascar's own Scouts Movement to make it better.
Discover the profound and moving stories behind the possessions people saved from the rubble of their homes after the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal.
Survivors of last year’s earthquakes in Nepal talk to us about their experiences, their hopes to rebuild, and why toilets are crucial to their plans.
See how life is changing for the people of Simjung, Nepal since two devastating earthquakes struck this time last year.
2.3 billion people worldwide don't have access to a safe, private toilet. Meet some of the small businesses trying to change that.
In rural Madagascar, we're helping communities set up and run their own water kiosks, so they can provide their friends, family and neighbours with clean, safe water.