HSBC Water Programme: Impact Reports

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Water, Sanitation, Hygiene
The commissioning ceremony of the WaterAid-supported handpump fitted borehole and VIP latrines, as part of the HSBC Water Programme, in Agbungu primary school, Benue state, Nigeria, 2015.
Image: WaterAid/ Andrew Esiebo

Launched in 2012 as a collaboration between WaterAid, WWF and Earthwatch Institute, the HSBC Water Programme successfully tackled water provision, protection, education and scientific research over the course of eight years.

As a partner in the HSBC Water Programme, we have reached 1.72 million people with clean water and over 2.7 million with sanitation, as well as 3.5 million with hygiene promotion, accelerating change in six focus countries – Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Ghana and Nigeria - helping the poorest and most vulnerable people in these countries live healthier and more dignified lives.

Phase II of the Programme was undertaken between 2017-2019. The following reports detail the impact and highlights of each country during this period.