Many children all over the world don’t have access to clean water and soap to wash their hands, and they are at greater risk for serious illnesses that are far worse than a cold. This is why handwashing needs to be a priority in the Global Goals.
WaterAid’s Cecile Shrestha traveled to Nepal to hear from women and girls about how menstrual taboos and stigma impact their daily lives.
In 2013, the kids at the Tsimahavaobe School in rural Madagascar got clean water and toilets for the very first time. Two years later we’ve caught up with some of the kids and teachers to see how their lives have changed.