Noeline has lived in Alakamisy, a rural village in Madagascar, for 19 years. She has seen many changes in her family’s health, wellbeing and economic situation since we helped to install water points across the village.
Unclean water and poor sanitation are realities faced by millions worldwide. But for some the daily struggle is even harder.
As the new secretary of a water and sanitation committee in the slums of Dhaka, Bashona has gone from busy housewife to inspirational community leader.
As a child, Fatoumata lived without safe water, so understands well the challenges faced by the communities she now serves as our Country Representative in Mali.
A huge rainwater harvesting tank at Juru Primary School, built with WaterAid's support, provides a constant safe water supply to over 1,000 students.
Malichama has been in and out of hospital for many years, and only recently did doctors discover that he had bleeding in his stomach and around his kidneys.
WaterAid's Programme Manager in Rwanda describes her role.
Broken handpumps are no longer a problem for villages in the Mahoba region of India, served by Ram Rati and the rest of a team of handpump mechanics trained by WaterAid.