International Water Association

Water has been deemed “unaffordable to many Americans” due to water and wastewater costs rising 41 percent between 2010 and 2015–nearly five times the rate of...

Some 30,000 residents of three localities in Haiti now have access to potable water, thanks to a sanitation campaign launched by the government, supported by the...

The Inter-American Development Bank is issuing an open call for innovative startups working on water, sanitation, hygiene and health projects to enter its seventh Demand Solutions event. The...

Water on land known as reserves in many indigenous communities in Ontario is not safe to drink, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has announced in a new report....

Close to 11 million people no longer practise open defecation across 13 countries, according to a new report from the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF). The results are...

Bolivia will reform its public policies to improve the coverage and management of irrigation, potable water and sanitation services with a US$90 million loan from the Inter-American Development...

The US Environmental Protection Agency has awarded US$329,650 to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to research human and ecological health impacts associated with water reuse and conservation...

The Kenyan government, US Embassy, and representatives of international donors and private corporations have launched two drinking water projects worth US$86.5 million in a bid to ensure local...

On World Water Day, 11 leading organisations introduced a new initiative called WASH4Work, aimed at mobilising greater business action to address water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) challenges in...

UNICEF has said the push to bring safe water to millions around the world is going to be even more challenging due to climate change, which threatens...

The International Development Association, part of the World Bank, will provide US$10 million credit to increase access to piped water supply services in Liberia’s capital, Monrovia, and surrounding...

Children and teenagers need to drink more water instead of sugary drinks, to tackle the alarming rise in child obesity and to reduce the risk...

Twenty years after initially coming to international attention, an estimated 20 million people in Bangladesh–mostly the rural poor–still drink water contaminated with arsenic that...

Joan Rose has been named the 2016 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate for her contributions to public health, by assessing risks to humans from water and...

COVER STORY

Resilience champion Johan Rockström says we need a mind shift by water professionals if we are to avoid a global disaster By James Workman T he World...

NEWS

Danone and ​Nestlé ​Waters, the ​world’s ​two largest ​bottled water ​companies, have ​joined forces ​with Origin ​Materials, a ​startup based ​in California, to ​form...

Four cities are developing a user-driven Digital Social Platform (DSP) to share knowledge and experience of water related issues such as scarcity, security, quality,...

The EU is to increase support to the crises in South Sudan, Somalia and its neighbouring countries, through a support package of €165 million...

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, and SUEZ have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop brownfield and...

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