Agnes is one of the first babies to arrive at Kiomboi hospital in Tanzania with safe water – thanks to your amazing support.
Join us as we take a look inside maternity bags around the world – and find out what clean, safe water means to mums-to-be as their due date draws near.
Working at a hospital without enough clean, safe water means Juliana faces impossible decisions, every day.
For a small village like Hamakumo, a safe water supply is the lifeblood of the community – which is why this Zambian community has banded together to make sure it continues to flow.
For one community, the arrival of clean, safe water means better health, stronger livelihoods and happier families.
Ram Bitoli first noticed she was losing her sight when the sun turned red. Without access to health care, she quickly lost her vision altogether.
When actor and WaterAid ambassador Hugh Bonneville visited rural India, he saw how clean, safe water and toilets can transform a community, their education and their health.
We first met Mary as part of The Big Dig three years ago. Kaniche, her village in Malawi has been thriving since safe, clean water arrived.
With the arrival of safe water, life will become healthier and happier for families in Mazoria, Ethiopia.