Water & Sanitation Solutions: Recent Posts
At her home in Kenya, Mary's old water tank posed a serious risk to her and her family's health as an open barrel of standing water can quickly become a breeding ground for disease-carrying mosquitoes.More »
You have empowered millions of moms like Lyos to provide their families with access to safe water – and so much more.More »
Access to clean water isn't just about saving lives, it's also about changing the nature of one's life and allowing them to live up to their potential as human beings. - Matt Damon, Co-Founder, Water.orgMore »
Bachamma and her husband live in a thatched-roof home with a covered entry where they keep their dairy cows. In addition to drinking water for her family, she needs to water their cows multiple times a day to keep up their milk production.More »
What if you didn’t have a toilet home? Or one even nearby? Where would you go? What if finding an answer to these questions was part of your daily life?
A toilet is something we rarely give a second thought until we need to use it. But for millions of ... More »
“What is it you will do with your one wild and precious life?”
For 663 million others, the expense, exhaustion, disease caused by a lack of access to safe water makes it difficult to think about their future, let alone opportunities they may find in it.More »
For centuries a meal has served as more than sustenance.
Whether simple or extravagant, around the world meals are known to bring people together for fellowship, celebration, and giving thanks.More »
The distance between Dora, Moses, and safe water seemed far, until they learned how Water.org could help bring them closer together.More »
Water means life to the families of Kanija Village in India. And because they have access to safe water children have the time and good health to attend school which is where these girls created celebratory art for their community's Water Day event.More »
Going to the toilet in Bangladesh is not as simple was walking down the hall like in other parts of the world.More »
When Usha built a washroom in her home, it gave her the time she needed to support her young daughter's studies.More »
A doctor, a poet, a farmer, a nurse…we know not what the future holds for these children. But, what we do know is today; they can go to school and get an education, instead of walk to collect water.More »