What it means to “rehabilitate” a well.
The low-cost, low-tech plastic container can be used to promote hand washing in places with no running water.
We noticed a powerful force at work in this emergency: the bond between mothers and children.
“In a food crisis, clean water, soap, and chlorine are almost as important as rice and millet.” --Oummou Doucoure
Six months after heavy rains, water still threatens a city in Senegal.
In the camps of Darfur, health promoters gently guide their neighbors to adopt new and safer household practices.
Clean water and latrines are essential, but changing hygiene habits will also save lives in the camps around Port-au-Prince.