• WASH Matters 2018

    Big shout out to journalists and media.
    WaterAid India has just launched its first Media Fellowship. We are looking for journalists passionate about documenting stories on various aspects of water.

  • The WASH Photo Project

    Are you a media and communication student or amateur photographer?
    Join our documentary photo fellowship and photo document the impact of water on the lives of millions in the country.

  • Carving out space for the toilet

    Two neighbours bring about a huge change in their lifestyle and now inspire their community. While one lets go of a portion of his livelihood, the other compromised on his comfort. And all this, only to construct a toilet at home. Here is how…

  • Paani Pe Charcha

    Facebook Live Panel Discussion on the current water crisis and how you and me can start adopting water conservation and recharge methods to save the day, overcome this and save ourselves.

  • Join # HERPWR

    WaterAid is happy to partner with Pee Safe. Pee Safe is donating ₹10 against every order and ₹2 for every picture clicked to WaterAid India for enabling toilet hygiene education across rural India, critical for good health and hygiene.

  • A life without clean water can become a life without dreams

    Radha’s dream of becoming a teacher will remain unfulfilled as she misses out school in order to fetch a few buckets of water from the distant water hole every day. The hours spent in studying are spent in collecting water. You can fulfil her dream by bringing clean water closer to her home.

A lack of safe water, adequate sanitation and good hygiene practices is directly linked to fatal diseases and conditions such as cholera and diarrhoea.

What we do

Our mission is to transform the lives of the poorest and most marginalised people by improving access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene.

Our impact

Our programs serve a wide range of communities, from those living in remote rural villages to small towns to slums in major cities including New Delhi, Hyderabad and Bhopal.

Toilet fact

44 per cent of the total population in India still defecate in the open.

Open defecation causes chronic diarrhoea that leads to stunting.


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