Wells for India is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 1987 by Dr Nicholas Grey and Professor Mary Grey after their visit to Rajasthan, which was then in the grip of a terrible drought.
The second of the seven reflections of the Lenten Campaign: Seven Weeks for Water 2017 of the Word Council of Churches’ (WCC) Ecumenical Water Network (EWN) is by Dr Agnes Abuom, moderator of the WCC’s Central Committee.
Over 600 million people worldwide lack access to safe water sources. This Gold Standard project, currently based in Malawi, Uganda, Rwanda and Eritrea, provides clean drinking water to small rural communities through repairs to broken boreholes. Following a recent project visit, this video captures the positive impacts delivered to local communities, and introduces a new […]
Focused on safe drinking water and sharing the Living Water of Jesus Christ worldwide.
2012 report excerpt on water security and strategic planning from McKinsey & Company.
The WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP), which began monitoring the sector in 1990, has provided regular estimates of progress towards the MDG targets, tracking changes over the 25 years to 2015.
Information sheet from the United Nations to support Sustainable Development Goal #6
The World Bank hosts a Water Blog that looks at water-related issues from a wide variety of authors.
This video focuses on the importance of access to water and sanitation and highlights some of the ground-breaking work IPG is doing, partnering with clients and NGOs in this area. More case studies can be accessed on the company’s sustainability website, STRONGER, using a specially designed SDG#6 sorting tool. Featured cases include client partnerships focusing on […]
Progress updates on Sustainable Development Goal #6 – Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.