The World Walks for Water and Sanitation is a global mobilisation event demanding action across the world to address the water and sanitation crisis.
In March 2014, more than 600,000 people across the world took to the streets to walk to demand change from their governments: they demanded universal access to water and sanitation; they demand that their human right to water and sanitation is fulfilled; they walked in solidarity with the millions still forced to walk for water and defecate in the open.
This video shows why they walked. Next year,people will once again walk for change in water and sanitation. Get in touch to coordinate your own walk or join in with an online walk.
Love, love, love Kathmandu! @EndWaterPoverty annual meeting started today with 2014 work eval and human rights 101 http://t.co/OLoNNvNdKp
Water for Kenya is out! http://t.co/dQGT7MSsrt Stories via @foodandwater @EndWaterPoverty @abundantwater
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Wednesday, 8th May 2013
We have been busy organising our Flickr page since you started sending in your amazing walks for water and sanitation photos back in March. After revisiting all of the photos since the competition closing date we are excited to announce the winners for the following categories: Winners – Best lob...
Monday, 29th April 2013
Brooke Wahlquist is Community Relations and Event Coordinator for Cirque du Soleil. Here she tells us about their event with ONE DROP for the World Walks for Water and Sanitation at the Springs Reserve in Las Vegas