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.
Start with access to safe, clean water and it's amazing what happens next. Here are seven ways water can change everything.
In Pakistan, cultural and religious taboos have left menstruation shrouded in secrecy – and girls in the dark about how to manage their periods. Hygiene outreach worker Kiran has taken to the classroom to tackle the topic.
Musician and broadcaster Cerys Matthews shares her experiences of visiting our work in India, to mark World Water Day 2016.
When photographer Jenny Lewis visited rural Malawi, she captured the precious first hours of newborn babies’ lives – and saw first-hand the risks of giving birth without safe water.
From remote villages to capital cities, schools to health centres and hospitals, join us as we meet four remarkable women who have helped their communities survive without access to safe water – and are now part of an incredible transformation.