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Tackling the global water and sanitation crisis one community, one toilet and one water point at a time.
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! Safe drinking water & good sanitation are essential to a peaceful, prosperous world.
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Thanks to WaterAid training, Ron, Bessie, & Elton from are turning away from & instead building & wells for their community. Read more about these young :
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WaterAid America Feb 18
“Water security and... water management represent the cornerstone of global conflict prevention.” - Danilo Türk, Chair of Global High-Level Panel on Water and Peace. More info from :
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WaterAid America Feb 18
For Zulfiqar Ali, is booming! Financial aid from WaterAid & local partner AGAHE helped him kickstart his sanitary mart. Now, everyone is constructing bathrooms w/ his materials.
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WaterAid America Feb 17
*New* podcast from WaterAid's own Sarina Prabasi on , , & women's health. Check it out this !
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WaterAid America Feb 17
Only 17% of rural households in have access to piped drinking . WaterAid India's VR Raman shares his thoughts on bringing to more Indians: Express Water magazine:
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WaterAid America Feb 16
Ram Sharan, 50, lovingly cares for the town's new reservoir tank. After the 2015 earthquake in , WaterAid is helping his community get back on its feet with access & support.
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WaterAid America Feb 16
In , WaterAid has distributed +2.8 million purification tablets to 270,000 since September 2017. Help us continue this life-saving assistance:
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WaterAid America Feb 16
No shame! New blog post from WaterAid India reports how girls in rural schools are learning to talk openly about menstruation & related :
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Jennifer Hansen Feb 14
It's Valentine's Day and I'm single, so I spent what I might have on a gift and donated to Many Happy Returns of the Day (and of course, : keep doing the work that I <3 )!
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WaterAid America Feb 15
Imagine drinking water that you know could kill you? For millions of people, this is life. You can help change this by supporting WaterAid efforts to bring , decent , & good to everyone, everywhere. Please :
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WaterAid America Feb 15
When it comes to rural , the "S-word" is extremely controversial. Check out our WASH Matters blog post on how *subsidies*, sanitation, & collaboration came together in :
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WaterAid America Feb 15
Thanks to people like you, WaterAid is making real in bringing access to communities around the world. Powerful video from :
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WaterAid America Feb 14
In Tombohuaun, , Sellu is using from the town's new well to nurture his cacao seedlings. Profits from his will go toward school fees for his three kids.
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WaterAid America Feb 14
Are you a savvy ? For our 2018 Winnovators challenge, we need your ideas to enable women’s groups in to turn a profit from water services, including water quality testing. Sign-up closes on March 23! More info➡
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WaterAid America Feb 14
Feel the love! Happy from WaterAid! 💕
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WaterAid America Feb 13
Bangalore, Cairo, Moscow, & Miami: What do these cities have in common? Answer: A shortage of drinking water. lists 11 cities most likely to run out of drinking water:
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WaterAid America Feb 13
According to , more than 2 billion people live in countries with excess water stress. Limited water supplies can lead to , , bad ... the list goes on and on.
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WaterAid America Feb 13
In Mumbai, , poor women are the “invisible, silent sufferers when it comes to one of the most basic human needs: sanitation.” via :
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WaterAid America Feb 12
Before & After: WaterAid installed new taps in Ambohijafy, in December 2017, bringing crystal-clear to the town. The future looks bright with good water to drink!
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