Clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene are vital for living a dignified, healthy life.

Statistics can look stark. 1 in 3 people on the planet doesn't have a decent toilet. 1 in 9 doesn't have clean water close to home.

Pakistan is among the top 10 countries with the lowest access to clean water near to home. But thanks to your incredible support, we’ve already reached thousands of people in some of the toughest places in the country. We can’t stop there.

By working together, we can reach everyone, everywhere within a generation and transform millions of more lives for good.

Please note: All statistics on the WaterAid website are from unless stated otherwise.

defecate in the open.


lack decent toilets.

under the age of five are stunted.

don’t have access to clean water close to home.

Pakistan is the sixth best country for improving access to decent toilets,

Every returns an average of $4 in increased productivity.

(WHO, 2012)

Since 2006, we have reached  with clean water,  with decent toilets and  with good hygiene.

Around the world up to are lost every year because of water-related illnesses.

(Human Development Report, 2006)

If everyone, everywhere had clean water, the number of would be cut by a third.

(Tropical Medicine and International Health, 2014)

The World Bank says promoting is one of the most cost

(Disease Control Priorities, third edition (volume 2), 2016)

WaterAid/ Asad Zaidi

people and only people in Pakistan have clean water.

WaterAid/ Sibtain Haider

under five die each year from related diseases.


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WaterAid/ Sibtain Haider