Snapshot of 2022-2023

For FY2022-2023, we continued our mission to reach people with clean water, decent toilets, and good hygiene practices. We also celebrated 50 years of WASH which is a testament of the progressive nature of Bangladesh in achieving universal WASH. WaterAid also played a critical role in COP28 and demonstrated how Bangladesh is ground zero for surging climate events - breeding and amplifying a water crisis - bringing a focus to the importance and need of financing resilient infrastructures and nature-based solutions.

Download our annual report highlights of FY2022-2023 to learn more about what we did to progress WASH imperatives in Bangladesh through our programmes.

Check out our earlier annual report highlights:

Download the FY2021-2022 annual report highlights.

Download the FY2020-2021 annual report highlights.

We reached 24.7 million people through our work since 2003.

5.2 million people

reached with water coverage

Gafur Gazi is a beneficiary of the PSF (Pond Sand Filter) Plant in Burigualini. He collects filter water and carrying this on his bicycle. Burigualini, Shyamnagar, Shatkhira, Bangladesh. October 22, 2019.
Image: WaterAid/ HSBC/ Habibul Haque

11.8 million people

reached with sanitation coverage

Female students using the newly installed toilet. During menstruation, students often skipped school as there was no proper menstruation hygiene management in the washrooms. Rupantar (local NGO) installed WASH facilities through renovating the tube-we ...
Image: WaterAid/ HSBC/ Habibul Haque

7.6 million people

reached with hygiene coverage

Husne Ara Begum's daughter washing her hands using a tippy tap near her house in Sunamganj Tahirpur, Bangladesh. 22 October 2019
Image: WaterAid/ Tapas Paul

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