Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
UNICEF Iraq | Campaign rationalize water consumption
Malawi's first largest Open Defecation Free (ODF) Area
Ethiopia - Improving water and nutrtion to support community development
Sri Lanka – Partnership restores public services
Angola – Piped water offers health, opportunities
Kenya and Ethiopia – UNICEF and EU on climate change
Nigeria – “The sky is my limit”
Kenya – Women take the lead in water management
Cote d’Ivoire – Clean technology
Burkina Faso – Women’s work
Ethiopia – When the rain doesn't fall
In Malawi, asking “What does water mean to you?”
LILONGWE, Malawi, 1 May 2015 - Three villages in Malawi share their stories of how new water points, constructed with support from UNICEF and the European Union, have helped bring health and happiness to their communities. Read more >>
EU visits flood-affected communities in Malawi
BLANTYRE, Malawi, 10 February 2015 - The European Union (EU) has committed three million euros towards assisting flood victims in Malawi, Mozambique and Madagascar. This was confirmed by the EU Ambassador in Malawi, during a joint EU-UNICEF visit to some of the camps in Chikwawa district. Read more >>
Women and water: sources of life!
Icla, Bolivia, March 2014 – Throughout out the world, in almost every culture, women and water are considered symbols of life and abundance, precisely because the ability to give life is in their nature. Read more »
Raising clean hands in Afghanistan's 'WASH' friendly schools.
KABUL, Afghanistan, 16 September 2010 – Designed to increase investment in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for Afghan schools, a new Call to Action has been jointly issued by the government’s Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD), the Ministry of Education (MoE), the Ministry of Public Health, the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF. Its intent is to engage policy makers at all levels, involve multiple stakeholders and monitor WASH in schools.
Visiting Somalia, UNICEF Regional Director notes progress made on safe water.
BOSSASO, Somalia, 13 May 2010 – Bossaso, a busy port town on the northern coast of Somalia, is an economic hub in the semi-autonomous Puntland region. Tens of thousands of Somalia’s estimated 1.5 million internally displaced people live here, shielded from the intense heat only by cardboard and bits of rags.Read more »