This winter your support helped to transform the village of Vimphere, Malawi when clean water arrived in the village for the very first time.
Most likely, as you read this, a woman in Vimphere is enjoying some well-earned rest because she no longer has to walk through the night to collect water. A child is at school, learning because he no longer gets diarrhoea from filthy water, and a father is bathing a baby in clean, safe water.
Select from the stories below to find out more about how life in Vimphere has changed.
Dennis from WaterAid Malawi is a frequent visitor to Vimphere, and was there to witness the special day that the drilling rigs struck water.
A mother and grandmother from Vimphere, Maggie, tells what it's like for women in the community, whose job it is to collect water for their families.
For Haswell, the village shopkeeper who also sells chips, clean water has given him and his village the chance to thrive.
Vimphere has now joined the 9 in 10 of us who have clean, safe water.
But we want to reach everyone everywhere by 2030. One family, one village, one country at a time.
Every year, 78 million more people turn on the tap or use a water pump for the first time. If we can reach just 8% more people every year, we’ll achieve our ambitious goal.