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.
The arrival of safe, clean spring water will change everything for one small community in Ethiopia.
As sanitation manager at Glastonbury festival, Jane Healy knows how important a decent toilet is – but it’s a basic necessity millions of people in India are still living without.
Meet some of the amazing workers around the world designing, building and cleaning the toilets that help save lives.
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.