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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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WaterAid America 21h
Meet Marie, a hardworking & determined woman who lives in Ambatoantrano, Madagascar. Clean water for Marie & her family means extra income to cover expenses. Marie sells vegetables from her garden & with that makes a living. Her garden is a village favorite!
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WaterAid America 23h
We're back for day two of and today we have water bottles! Stop on by to pick one up and say hello!
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WaterAid America Aug 17
What does mean to you? For Ty and Phea in it means more time time to play and be kids. We hope the rest of your weekend is this joyful!
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WaterAid America Aug 17
We're having a blast at 's meeting all of our supporters!
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WaterAid America Aug 16
Hey fans! If you're in town for 's , don't forget to visit us in the Vendors Area! For a small donation, you can pick up some awesome swag
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WaterAid America Aug 16
Two years ago Dadabe and the rest of his village in celebrated having for the very first time. Now, that’s something to celebrate!
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WaterAid America Aug 15
Ron, was part of a WaterAid trainee program back in 2015, where he learned how to install water and sanitation systems. Since then he’s been able to make a business out of it and now helps people in communities in get access to and decent toilets.
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WaterAid America Aug 14
in schools means students can lead healthier lives and dedicate more time to their studies. Here’s Medina washing her hand at the new water station at her school in !
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WaterAid America Aug 14
The students at the school in Wawa Bar, , now have access to and good toilets. See how you can help us reach more schools just like this one:
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WaterAid America Aug 13
Access to for Meena means more time. She used to make four trips a day to collect water which would often take up to four hours. Now, with access to clean water Meena has more time to study and to get to school on time!
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WaterAid America Aug 13
This photo was taken back when Angelo was one year old and it is still one of our favorites! Angelo is four now and he and the rest of his village continue to count on access to .
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WaterAid America Aug 12
Access to clean water means children get to have a healthy start in life. In La Guajira, we we are working with communities to bring and decent toilets!
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WaterAid America Aug 11
Our CEO shared her thoughts on the walk for water we did in New York City. Last month, we walked two miles from Central Park to the UN to raise awareness for the millions of who walk daily for water in the developing world.
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WaterAid America Aug 11
We hope your weekend is full of smiles just like Mamisoa’s. Thank you for helping us bring to villages around the world!
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WaterAid America Aug 10
A group of supporters trekked +60 miles across in support of our mission. Huge thanks to everyone that particpated! What inspires you to adventure? Photo:
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WaterAid America Aug 9
So what’s been happening with the sustainable development goals? Learn about the progress that has been reported by countries so far and the importance of working on all 17 goals:
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WaterAid America Aug 9
Our mission is that by the year 2030 everyone, everywhere will have access to clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene. That’s in just 12 years! Join us in making history. See how:
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WaterAid America Aug 8
Last year we worked with staff at the Nayuchi Health Center in Mozambique to bring clean water. This CNN piece highlights the importance of access to clean water in healthcare facilities & shows how life at Nayuchi has changed since our work there:
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WaterAid America Aug 8
Access to clean water for Pouk means more time to tend his rice crops which is a source of income for him & his family. It also means having clean drinking water all year round & that his kids get to stay in school. is the beginning of a new chapter for Pouk.
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