Together, we can help even more communities thrive.
Health workers go above and beyond to treat their patients, but without the right tools, every effort to heal risks bringing harm. With clean water on tap, good health will ripple far and wide.
11.4 million people in Mozambique don't have clean water.
Nurse Nilza’s team used to spend hours fetching dirty water. Now, with clean water on tap, they can keep wards clean and focus on giving the best care to their patients.
70% of health workers globally are women.
That means women like Maria, a nurse in Mozambique, are worst affected where their healthcare centres lack clean water, toilets and hygiene facilities.
3.85billion people use or work in a healthcare facility with no hygiene services.
Good hygiene practice, and handwashing in particular, is one of the most effective ways for people to keep themselves and their loved ones safe from infection.
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.