Media roundup - clean water, WASH news, September 12, 2022
September 12, 2022
All the water, sanitation and hygiene news that's fit to publish.
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in the news
In the media:
Smart Water Magazine, “Our research shows that water-related challenges can be surmounted; the crises can be averted”
World Bank (report), “Seeing the Invisible : A Strategic Report on Groundwater Quality”
The Economist, "How spying on sewage could save lives"
The Economist, "How covid-19 spurred governments to snoop on sewage"
The Guardian, "Should we delete our period tracking apps?"
BusinessGreen News, "Diageo launches climate solutions fund for African smallholder farms"
The Guardian, "Jackson mayor: residents face ‘longer road ahead’ before safe water is restored"
Donate #crypto to help reach those impacted by #PakistanFloods2022
This is what #BackToSchool looks like in New Delhi when you have access to water, sanitation and hygiene.
An important discussion on the imminent health crisis in Pakistan, and the urgency of what to address at #COP27 #AskWHO #Pakistan
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.