Two years on, life in one Madagascan school has been transformed for teachers and pupils ̶ thanks to your amazing support, and the arrival of clean, safe water and toilets.
Life for schoolchildren across Raichur has been transformed thanks to the arrival of safe, clean water.
In one of Delhi's inner-city slums, residents face an ongoing challenge: finding a way to stay safe and relieve themselves at night after the community toilet closes.
In Kanpur, residents of one slum are determined to improve their lives – one toilet at a time. Join us as we meet the people of Rakhi Mandi and find out how they're making change happen.
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.
Helping the people of Nala village rebuild their lives after Nepal’s devastating earthquake.
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.