Projects and events
Our water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) experts lead groundbreaking initiatives and contribute to various forums every year. Find out about some of our key projects and events.
Projects and initiatives
Arusha Water Project
Sustaining rural water and sanitation services through innovative technologies, management models and behaviour change in five villages in Arusha District Council.
A collective effort to create reliable and sustainable 24/7 water supply and sanitation services in a city of more than 100,000 people.
Our research project shows that investing in WASH facilities should be seen as a core business priority with a ripple effect far beyond the bottom line.
COVID-19 Hygiene and Behaviour Change Coalition
Maximising established hygiene programmes to deliver preventative COVID-19 hygiene messaging and behaviour change campaigns on a large scale, in partnership with Unilever.
Future on Tap
Promoting gender-responsive and climate-resilient WASH services and behaviours in the most climate-vulnerable communities in Berbere Woreda, Ethiopia.
Hygiene for Health
Our campaign calls on countries to invest in WASH to safeguard against infectious diseases and protect communities from future health crises.
Hygiene through Immunisation
In a pioneering approach to hygiene behaviour change, we’re working with the Government of Nepal to reach thousands of mothers and babies at immunisation clinics.
Resilient Water Accelerator
Faced with a global pandemic, climate change and ecosystem collapse, we're working with a coalition of governments and others to increase finance for climate-resilient water sources.
This five-year initiative aimed to address the long-term challenges of service and behaviour sustainability, and help strengthen the WASH sector as a whole.
Tackling the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Crisis in Niassa
Adopting a holistic approach to end the water, sanitation and hygiene crisis in Mozambique together.
WASH for Gender and Adolescent Inclusive Schools in Nepal
Enhancing girls’ education through inclusive water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and menstrual health and rights awareness for adolescent girls and young people with disabilities.
UN climate talks
At the UN climate change conferences, our global delegates highlight how WASH is central to climate change adaptation measures.
UN Water Conference
At the first UNWC since 1977, we engaged with governments and the private sector on the vital importance of WASH.
We attend the Women Deliver conference because women’s voices are critical to realising safe, private, accessible and functional toilets and water sources for everyone
World Health Assembly
The annual Assembly is an opportunity to work with governments and persuade leaders that investment in WASH is key to universal health coverage.
World Water Forum
Held every three years, the World Water Forum is an opportunity to make sure WASH is on the agenda - for health, education, climate resilience and more.