We are the solution to the water and sanitation crisis

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Thatayaone Martin Segaetsho
Ismail Kamli
Rose Scavotto

The water and sanitation crisis can be solved. We all have our part to play.

People, governments, civil society, private sector, the UN system – this is our moment to take action.

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Getting things done

Let’s talk about you and water. It keeps you alive, flushes away your waste, washes your body and grows your food. But this finite resource is scarce and under threat – affecting every part of our society, from sanitation systems and ecosystems to industry and agriculture. We are way off-track to reach Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6) that promises water and sanitation for all by 2030. Commit to fighting the water and sanitation crisis and hit SDG by 2030.


60 seconds

Walk the talk

Responsible choices saves resources. Choose sustainable fashion. A typical pair of jeans takes 10,000 litres of water to produce, equal to what a person drinks in 10 years.


Five minutes

Play a game
Take #ClimateAction anytime, anywhere with a mobile phone signal. Check out the ‘learn for climate’ educational website and play the Mission 1.5 degrees game.

One hour

Make a change
Be inspired by the 2021 water #ChangeMakers. These are the the personal journeys from 78 Water ChangeMaker who have changed the world for the better.

One week

Deepen your knowledge
The United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health host 
an online course titled “Water & Migration”. Learn more here.

Action gallery

In this BBC series 17-year-olds look at progress on the UN’s 17 goals. Seventeen-year-old Joyce lives in Rwanda, Africa. She set out to discover out why some rural communities in her country don’t have access to clean water.

Everyone has a role in solving the water and sanitation crisis. By recording and sharing actions we can review progress and use the latest evidence on what works, learn quickly from failure and adapt to changing realities. Record your SDG Acceleration Actions.

Mohammed Hammie and Mariam Matundu are radio journalists from Tanzania that hosts a show called Sauti Yangu which means ‘My Voice’. In the most recent series the question ‘What Does Water Mean To You?’ was raised.



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