We all need clean water, no matter who or where we are.

And we all need to play our part so that everyone, everywhere can get it.

1in10 people don't have clean water – and climate change is making it worse.

Dramatic flips between floods and drought are threatening fragile water sources, making life even harder for those on the front lines of climate change.

Inusah Ayendago, 34, stands in the floodwater that damaged his farm in Galaka, Ghana
Image: WaterAid/ Nana Kofi Acquah

By 2040, 1 in 4 children will be living in places where there is not enough water.

We can't change the weather, but we can change its impact. We must adapt so communities can access clean water even in a climate crisis.

Shoroshoti holds a glass of clean water in Kolbari, Bangladesh
Image: WaterAid/ Fabeha Monir

703 million people are still living without clean water close to home.

Tyler West met communities facing the impacts of climate change in Zambia – where 6.4 million people don't have clean water, and long dry seasons are making things worse.

Tyler West washes his hands alongside schoolchildren in Kabuyu, Zambia
Image: WaterAid/ Laura Pannack

There are lots of ways you can help us reach communities around the world with clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene.

The clean water taps in the village help me be on time for school and the good hygiene keeps us healthy.
Tsehaynesh, Ethiopia

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