End Water Poverty

End Water Poverty is an international campaign calling for sanitation and potable water for all. The sanitation and water crisis affects billions of people globally. Staggering 2,6 billion people live without a safe toilet, 884 million people lack access to clean water, 4,000 children die each day from preventable water-related diseases. These problems combine to make a massive crisis for developing countries - undermining health, education, economic and gender equality progress. End Water Poverty works to change this.

End Water Poverty gathers non-governmental organisations from around the world who recognise sanitation and water’s vital role in tackling poverty and creating sustainable development.

Water, sanitation and hygiene education are key building blocks for development. Get involved now

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