News, Press & Perspectives

Find the latest news and press releases about our work in the water and sanitation sector below. 

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Global Cause - Affordable financing for WASH creates lasting solutions

March 22, 2021

Read from Water.org's Director of Strategic Alliances, Nicole Wickenhauser, on how market-driven approaches like microlending are empowering people living in poverty with affordable access to safe water and improved sanitation.

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Impakter - How Access to Affordable Financing Is Solving the Global Water Crisis for Families Around the World

March 22, 2021

"Through my work as a content creator and writer for Water.org, I have the honor of spending time with the people we serve in Africa, Asia, and Latin America." Water.org's Moree Lambeth shares how access to safe water is critical to empowering women around the world.

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The 'truly incalculable' impact of getting water to all: Matt Damon and Gary White talk to Radio Davos

March 22, 2021

On World Water Day, Matt Damon and Gary White share about our work with Radio Davos.

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Green Living Magazine - World Water Day 2021: Water.org Is Fighting to End the Water Crisis

March 22, 2021

Dick Pajarillo, senior programs manager in the Philippines for Water.org, explains how effective WaterCredit loans are, and how vital they have been to provide Filipinos with access to safe water.

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IRC - How women gain power by investing in water

March 8, 2021

Research from Water.org shows how financing for water and sanitation supports safety and security for women and is a force for women's empowerment.

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Women 2.0 - Women and the water crisis: why tackling two challenges will be a force multiplier for change

Jan. 21, 2021

The world faces two grave challenges: the global water and sanitation crisis, and gender inequality – These global crises are inextricably linked, but fortunately, so are their solutions.

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