Water and sanitation
- Improved toilets In places where plumbing doesn't exist, communities are forced to share communal pit latrines whi...
- Solid waste management Waste is a universal and highly visible phenomenon. The perspectives towards solid waste are ofte...
- Irrigation techniques Raindrops are like liquid gold to farmers in the poorest countries of the world
More than one billion people worldwide can’t get the safe, clean water they need. Lack of access to adequate water supplies means people’s lives are at risk. Drinking, washing, cooking, growing crops and rearing livestock all require water.
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The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25 and the major aftershock of 7.3 on May 12...
Practical Action provided support to this conference, which looked at delivering water, sanitation and hygiene services in an uncertain environment.Find out more