Media roundup - clean water, wash news round-up, June 25 2021
June 25, 2021
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in the news
Water of death: how arsenic is poisoning rural communities in India
Amazon dams: No clean water, fish dying, then the pandemic came
African Sanitation Policy Guidelines to streamline sanitation policies
Southern African nations agree to deploy forces to Mozambique
Market air raid kills dozens in Ethiopia’s Tigray, say witnesses
'Here is the news... I haven't been paid': Zambian TV anchor interrupts his live bulletin to complain that he and his colleagues have not received wages
The Kenyan women crushing stone and stereotypes at the same time
Cambodia charges three environmental activists with plotting and insulting the king
‘A haven for free-thinkers’: Pakistan creatives mourn loss of progressive arts space
What to expect as Kashmir leaders meet India’s Modi in New Delhi
Is the ‘delta plus’ variant more dangerous? Scientists scramble to understand the facts
Leaving a legacy after Ebola in Guinea
Drug-resistant bacteria pose a growing threat. Can new antibiotics be developed fast enough to combat them?
WaterAid in the news
We're shaken and stirred - Daniel Craig sends a video message of support to Hoylake rugby team who are raising money for WaterAid!
BBC Breakfast: (Clip at 7:52) https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000x93c/breakfast-23062021
Lagos Needs ₦300bn Annually To Achieve Universal Access To Water – WaterAid
Less than 40% of Lagos residents have access to water
From advocacy to engineering, we cover a lot of ground, but the fundamentals of our work are simple:
Clean water infrastructure means people can access clean, running water 365 days a year.
Toilets matter more than you might think. Sanitation is fundamental for the dignity and health of a community.
Hygiene is the final piece of the puzzle. Good hygiene helps people stay healthier, it prevents the spread of diseases and allows people to flourish.