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WaterAid UK
today at 17:00. Facebook
What's on your bucket list?

Being able to drink clean, safe water has been no more than a dream for Fatsani since childhood.

But now it's finally happening as Fatsani, from Vimphere in Malawi, draws her first EVER bucket of potable water during a pump test in her village.

Please do Like & Share this fantastic Water Wednesday update!
WaterAid UK
yesterday at 19:30. Facebook
Shayiyini, 13, from Malawi: "I am fun loving, visionary, hardworking, and focused."

With clean water on tap, Shayilini won’t have to get up quite so early to fetch water… and diarrhea will become a thing of the past too!
WaterAid UK
12/05/2016 at 19:06. Facebook
In Vimphere village, Malawi, we're turning on the taps! This Christmas, we'll tell you how...

It may not look like much yet, but soon this construction site will be busy with splashing, happy people using their brand new water pump – transforming life in the community!

This Christmas, we’re telling a story of real progress. Progress that your support helps make happen. :)
WaterAid UK
12/05/2016 at 17:30. Facebook
On International Volunteer Day, we give three cheers for these three awesome volunteers - and all awesome WaterAid volunteers. From speakers to campaigners to event cheerers, we salute you!

PS. Did we mention how awesome you volunteers are?! :)
WaterAid UK
12/04/2016 at 19:30. Facebook
Eek! Could you drink Just Water for the whole of January? Or even just 2 weeks!

Show us what you're made of...

[ Watera.id Link ]
WaterAid UK
12/04/2016 at 13:31. Facebook
“I look back and think, I wish this type of life started a long time ago.”

- Kestina, 64, on the arrival of clean water in Chandaka, Malawi.

This is what progress looks like: [ Watera.id Link ]
WaterAid UK
12/03/2016 at 17:30. Facebook
What would you do if you couldn't reach to a tap when feeling thirsty, or use the nearest loo when nature calls?

For those of us with disabilities, a lack of accessible taps and toilets can turn simple, necessary tasks into a daily struggle.

This is why when we say taps and toilets for "everyone everywhere", we mean it...

Leaving no one behind

WaterAid UK
12/03/2016 at 12:33. Facebook
We believe everyone, everywhere should have access to a decent toilet, so we build specially designed toilets that people with disabilities are able to use.

""Now with the adapted latrine that I use, the tiredness I felt going far into the bush with my tricycle is finished. The latrine is just behind our house. With the latrine, people can’t see me while I’m relieving myself.”
- Justine from...
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WaterAid UK
12/03/2016 at 12:01. Facebook
Today is International Day of People with Disability. Worldwide, from Nepal to Liberia, real progress is being made to ensure more and more disabled people are being enabled and empowered to live dignified lives.

Our mission is to reach everyone, everywhere with clean water, safe toilets and hygiene by 2030 - and we mean EVERYONE! ♿
WaterAid UK
12/02/2016 at 18:30. Facebook
Local builders in Mahankaal, Nepal, take a break from preparing the ground for a new water reservoir to do the Mannequin Challenge.

Easier said than done in a village with more goats than people!!

Happy Friday!
WaterAid UK
12/02/2016 at 16:20. Facebook
The only thing moving in this amazing #MannequinChallenge from Madagascar is the clean water !

But no way are we standing still in our quest to bring clean water to everyone everywhere - 9 out of 10 people worldwide now have clean water; we won't stop until we reach the rest.

Please share the Challenge and pass on the good news :)
WaterAid UK
12/02/2016 at 13:19. Facebook
supporters Ryan and Ruaridh are two 8-year-old school friends from the Scottish Borders. Recently they were challenged to "Grow a £1" as part of their school's Finance Week.

By spending £1 each on a box of loom bands, and then spending two weeks making bands and bracelets for other pupils to buy, they turned their £1s into an amazing £46.66. They wanted to donate the cash to WaterAid as...
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WaterAid UK
12/02/2016 at 12:56. Facebook
Ryan and Ruaridh are two 8-year-old school friends from the Scottish Borders. Recently their school got involved in Finance Week. One of the activities was to Grow a £1.

By spending £1 each on a box of loom bands, and then spending two weeks making bracelets for their class to buy, they turned their £1s into an amazing £46.66!

They wanted to donate the money raised to WaterAid, as they've...
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WaterAid UK
12/01/2016 at 19:21. Facebook
It may seem like it's been a difficult year but, this year, 78 million people living in some of the poorest communities all over the world will turn on a tap or use a water pump for the first time.

Progress is real, and it's happening right now, one family, one village, one country at a time.

We can be the generation to reach the last remaining people on the planet without access to clean water
We're all made of the same stuff - water!

But we share something else in common; we're the generation that is going to reach everyone, everywhere with clean water.

For the first time in history, nine in ten people around the world now have clean, safe water to drink. Help us reach the rest!

[ Watera.id Link ]
WaterAid UK
12/01/2016 at 12:26. Facebook
Lugemwa Sarah, 47, is a single mother of five and a member of the Kwefaako HIV Positive Living Women’s Group. “We have been trained in cookery, making crafts which we sell, and saving money in our housing cooperative” says Lugemwa.

People living with HIV/AIDS don’t only need anti-retroviral drugs; they also need improved access to safe water, decent housing and toilets.

This is where the...
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Did you know you can support your fave good causes (like WaterAid!) directly from your pay packet - and completely tax free?

Giving Tuesday could be the perfect day to find out more...

WaterAid - Hands On Helping

A magnificent £2.5 million has been raised by players of People’s Postcode Lottery for WaterAid’s work. Gold medal-winning Paralympian and WaterAid ambassador Ellie Simmonds said:

“Winning gold in three Paralympics has been an amazing achievement for me, but I couldn’t have done it without having clean water and safe sanitation. Lacking access to these basic services has a huge impact on...
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Yay! It's #GivingTuesday! Let's take a mo to give giving a go :)

Turns out Walter's a poet and he didn't even know it... (groan!)

Give a present and a future in the Shop for Life: [ Wateraid.org Link ]
WaterAid Mozambique have just this week switched on a new water source in the community of Ziranguan.

Austine says: "When they opened the new water source, the first thing I did was fill a bucket with water and went to take a shower. Since we have the source of water nearby I bathe every day."

In October last year, Austine told us that he was only able to bathe three times a week and that...
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