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Clean water and sanitation

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Walk with Me

Take a journey with Ludivina in Timor-Leste, and find out just what it means for a nine-year-old girl to have direct and easy access to clean water.

Support our work to provide clean water and sanitation facilities to the world’s poorest children.

Helping Children Access Clean Water and Sanitation

1,051 toiletsin Vietnam were built so thousands of children have somewhere safe and hygienic to go to the toilet

372,000 peoplein Cambodia have handwashing facilities

222 teachersin Malawi were trained to promote using safe toilets and washing hands. As a result, children are learning how to stay safe from cholera

Two young girls in school uniforms wash their hands in basins with taps


Find out how our four-year programme enabled 6.6. million people to access improved water facilities, sanitation and hygiene, and discover more about the second phase of work in Bangladesh.


Provide Water and Sanitation Facilities

to the World’s Poorest Children