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WaterAid America
We're the handwashing experts and have been tackling clean water access, handwashing and sanitation since 1981.
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Robust infrastructure + community-led maintenance is key to lasting change. Todee District, Liberia. BEFORE: Their only water source for 90 years. AFTER: New water pump and latrines installed, alongside community-led hygiene education, and pump mechanic training.
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WaterAid America Jul 4
Happy ! Today as our country celebrates its independence consider how greatly access to clean water contributes to freedom. It enables communities to stay healthy, unlock potential, and break free from poverty, changing lives for good. Clean water means independence.
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WaterAid America Jul 3
WaterAid Sierra Leone distributes sanitation and hygiene items and education materials to 15 communities and 3 healthcare facilities in the Pujehun district.
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WaterAid America Jul 3
Handwashing is the first line of defense against , and YOUR art can help to fight the virus! Download the creative brief and submit your to our judges including , , & Jean Jullien.
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WaterAid America Jul 3
Always thrilled to have support from for our rapid response efforts to get clean water and proper hygiene to those who need it - especially during these critically urgent times. Thank you, TOMS! 💙
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WaterAid America Jul 3
Replying to @TOMS
Thank you for your ongoing support, and for bringing attention to the importance of getting clean water and good hygiene to those who need it during this critical time!
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WaterAid America Jul 2
Antibiotics are often used as a quick fix for hygiene in low/middle income health systems. Read this blog to understand how we can raise our line of sight to the longer term in fighting ’s.
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WaterAid America Jul 2
As the world waits for a vaccine, handwashing with soap and clean water is the cheapest and most effective preventative measure available. You can help us get these vital supplies to those who need them most.
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WaterAid America Jul 1
As supply chain workplaces reopen, a robust and tailored water, sanitation and hygiene action plan is vital to protect workforce health. Here’s our guide:
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BASICS Jul 1
Why is it critical to implement sooner rather than later?
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WaterAid America Jun 30
How can adapt & flex in diverse local contexts? Watch our staff on the ground explain our approach & success in localizing behavior change interventions.
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WaterAid America Jun 30
This is how works, by tackling challenges on the ground through the local culture lens
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WaterAid America Jun 30
has played a critical role in East Timor's success in fighting despite only 28% of the population having access to facilities with soap + water:
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WaterAid America Jun 29
What metrics will use to ensure we are achieving the results we have aimed for in infection prevention & control ? Read the blog to find out.
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BASICS Jun 24
Replying to @BASICS_4_health
Learn first hand from our staff on the ground how they worked with behavior change interventions to achieve significant promising results in the local cultures and contexts of their countries.
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WaterAid America Jun 28
Happy ! Reaching everyone with decent toilets means reaching everyone, whatever their age, gender or specific needs. WaterAid is committed to implementing ways to best support inclusion within our facilities.
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WaterAid America Jun 27
Join James in Uganda for Episode #4 of the Lockdown Diaries. Juggling work with parenting responsibilities - including a new baby! - he also updates us on the ongoing fight against COVID19, and how WaterAid is contributing.
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WaterAid America Jun 26
is key to keeping essential workers safe. These supplies, provided by WaterAid Myanmar, are supporting the Yangon City Development Committee cleaners working at quarantine centers in Hlaing Tharyar township.
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WaterAid America Jun 25
Water is a first line of defense against infection. Let's get more to those who need it:
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WaterAid America Jun 24
Sustainable behavior change is possible at both the individual and institutional levels. See how the framework was used to reduce healthcare-acquired infections in Cambodia and Bangladesh:
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