Pakistan sits at the crossroads of Asia and the Middle East, a geographically and culturally diverse nation with fast-growing power and influence.

It has the world’s sixth largest population and is rapidly urbanising, which makes reaching everyone with basic services extremely challenging. People are moving to towns faster than in any other South Asian country, straining already limited services. And natural disasters present further obstacles to development and the sustainability of sanitation services.

lack access to clean water close to home.

lack decent toilets.

lack a handwashing facility with soap and water.

Our programmes

We emphasise on the consolidation of the past programme accomplishments, replication and scaling-up successful models for sustainability.



Changing lives of millions one step at a time through improving access to water, decent toilets and hygiene.



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We aim to inspire people with compelling stories that ignite change, making these basic human rights normal for everyone, everywhere.


Facts and statistics

21 million people lack access to water close to home in Pakistan. 70 million lack decent toilets.


Clean water, proper sanitation and good hygiene help everyone around the world live happy and healthy lives.


Let's make this normal for everyone, everywhere, always.