Stories about: Water and sanitation

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  • Joy for one joy for all

    Memuna’s church in Sierra Leone and the local community used to be separate. But the problems that were affecting people in the church were affecting…

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  • Tapping into potential

    Washing hands is vital to stop the spread of illnesses and diseases such as diarrhoea and the coronavirus. But what happens when you’re not able to…

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  • Basheeras living water

    A single mum with an uphill battle to find safe water for her family. Fortunately hope and help is at hand for her. A story of a good result in the face of challenges.

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  • Choosing to forgive

    This story contains details of violence that some readers may find upsetting. It was late evening when Joel saw lights in the neighbouring village.…

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  • Comfort and joy

    Even a short wait for the loo can feel like an eternity. For the women of Sangtu Miana in Afghanistan, the wait could last a very long time.

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  • Gravity

    It was a long gruelling walk to the nearest water for Priscilla in rural Uganda. So they brought the water to her with a new scheme. The secret is gravity...

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  • Next to Godliness

    Some people are never without their fitness trackers. Zargul from rural Afghanistan has a ‘wellness tracker’ and she keeps it in her pocket. ‘I carry…

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