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WaterAid America
Tackling the global water and sanitation crisis one community, one water point and one toilet at a time.
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it is! This is the toilet 101 you never knew you needed...
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WaterAid America Jan 14
Is water is as the center of everything? We think so. This short video lays bare the connection between gender equality and water.
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WaterAid America Jan 11
Whales and seagulls and sharks - oh my! Read Duncan's inspiring account of his transatlantic rowing trip, undertaken to support WaterAid. 🐋 🐳 🦈 🦈 🕊️ 🕊️
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WaterAid America Jan 10
Above & beyond: Francine, a student & club member demonstrates how soap is made at her school in
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WaterAid America Jan 10
Don't forget, friends in & around Poulsbo, Washington: The free event hosted by is tonight! Admission is free; suggested donation is $10 with proceeds going to WaterAid Hope to see you there!
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WaterAid America Jan 10
Above & Beyond: Francine, a student & club member, demonstrates how to make soap at her school in
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WaterAid America Jan 9
Simple things mean a lot. Of our work at Angelique's school, the headmaster says: "I'm very happy with WaterAid because they have provided a water point and menstrual hygiene room. The hygiene of the school has been positively impacted."
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WaterAid America Jan 9
Many people in Esther's village in struggle to get by on less than $1/day. Her kids get sick with diarrhea during the rainy season when the open stream from which she fetches water turns muddy.
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WaterAid America Jan 8
Only 19% of girls in Shama's rural area have ever attended school. Before water taps were installed in her village, she trekked 30 minutes 3-4 times a day to fetch water. Now married, she distributes polio prevention drops
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WaterAid America Jan 8
Congrats to our CEO on her forthcoming , The Coffeehouse Resistance, coming in April 2019. Stay tuned!
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WaterAid America Jan 8
To our supporters in & around Poulsbo, Washington, join us this Thursday, 1/10, for a free event hosted by . Admission is free; suggested donation is $10 with proceeds going to WaterAid Hope to see you there!
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WaterAid America Jan 7
Hope for the future: Before a water pump was installed in Zainab's village in , she spent three hours a day fetching water. Now, she has time to craft more pakhas, fans made of palm leaf, which she sells to boost her family's income
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WaterAid America Jan 7
Students like Xavier fetch water for their school, a time-consuming and treacherous trek. We're working to change that with a solar-powered water scheme that includes a borehole, tank, solar panels, and kiosks to distribute community-wide
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WaterAid America Jan 6
A job well done: Midwife Agnes and facilities cleaner Esther proudly pose with photos of themselves as they reflect on how improved access to & have enhanced conditions for moms and their babies at their health center
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WaterAid America Jan 5
Thanks to a campaign targeting people with intellectual disabilities, Kanchhi can now better support her daughter's menstrual by making pads, learning how often to change them, and communicating effectively with her
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WaterAid America Jan 4
Join us as we improve bathrooms for more school kids around the globe. At Zabish's school, we installed a gender-segregated toilet block complete with a stall for kids with disabilities & adjoining hand-washing facilities. Yay!
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WaterAid America Jan 4
We're proud to share the short film, "The Water Effect," that illustrates the powerful ripple effect has on around the globe Learn more
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WaterAid America Jan 3
WASH & women's go hand in hand in , where we've worked with to build water towers, refurbish latrines, & expand community water points while supporting women's soap & shea butter-making ! Let's do more!
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WaterAid America Jan 3
Most of us in the developed world take pads & tampons for granted. Your period arrives, you go to the store & simply buy what you need. Not so for many women & girls in the developing world. Join us as we share menstrual hygiene best practices
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WaterAid America Jan 2
Replying to @AshlieAnctil
Thank you for your support! We are so grateful to have you as a dedicated and passionate ambassador!
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