Come rain or shine, we all need clean water we can rely on.
Climate change is causing more floods that pollute water sources and longer droughts that dry up springs. We’re working globally to get communities a steady supply of clean water, whatever the weather.
771 million people
don't have clean water and climate change is making things worse.
Lake Chilwa in Malawi is drying up – faster than ever before. It’s devastating, and Belita must use her incredible resourcefulness to keep her family going.
of all natural disasters around the world are water-related.
Srey Nuch's village in Cambodia floods for up to 10 months of the year, so she has to wade through waist-deep dirty water to collect drinking water for her family.
1 in 4 children
will live in regions where water is severely scarce by 2040.
Ansha from Frat, Ethiopia, walks for water every day, making her late for school. As the weather gets more erratic, she’ll have to walk further, with less time to learn.
Get involved, your way
There are lots of ways you can help us reach communities around the world with clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene.