We are the solution to the water and sanitation crisis

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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.


Five seconds

Reduce food waste

An estimated 1/3 of all food produced globally is lost or goes to waste. Reducing your food wastage reduces demand on agriculture, which is one of the biggest water consumers.


60 seconds

Tell your story
How has COVID-19 impacted you and your community, and what would help your country recover quickly? Tell your story in a video and share online, remember to tag the post with #YouthOnCOVID19.

One hour

Read a story
A decade ago, the UN recognized water and sanitation as a human right. Celebrate the 10-year anniversary by reading an amazing story with your child: Journey of the Droplets or Poop’s Travel to Dreamland.

One week

Take the challenge
We must conserve and restore wildlife, and transform economies to become custodians of nature.
Record a short video explaining why you think it is time #ForNature.

Action gallery

A group of young people in Rwanda have been writing and producing a series of radio dramas to teach listeners about the vital role hand-washing and sanitation play in preventing the spread of diseases such as COVID-19.

Join world-leading water and climate experts at WWWeek At Home! This collection of unique virtual sessions will offer inspiration to accelerate action on climate change – and it is open to anyone, free of charge. 

One of the most effective ways to prevent infection and reduce the spread of COVID-19 is to clean your hands thoroughly. WHO and UNICEF recently launched Hand Hygiene for All Global Initiative to ensure #SafeHands for all.


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