Sanitation saves lives
Sanitation builds lives
Poor sanitation continues to kill more people than HIV/AIDS, malaria and measles combined.
This global problem is the least publicised (after all, who likes talking about toilets?) and yet sanitation can change people's lives forever. That's why we always put it first.
We work in some of the poorest parts of the world building life-saving eco-toilets.
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We provide ecosan (composting) toilets, clean water and livelihoods to those most in need
From $4 to $4,000 - find out what your donation can do to change someone's life forever
Spotlight on our work – Kumudimoolai, India
450 more people now with ecosan, thanks to support from the ACT Foundation Thanks to support from the ACT Foundation, the people of Kumudimmolai now have 90 more ecosan, clean water ...
Stories from the field – a daily reality
On a visit to a rural Indian village, Jane Bond contemplates the daily reality of living without a toilet I spend a day with one of our field staff, Arumugam to ...
Stories from the field – organic compost
In her third story, Jane Bond finds out more about our organic compost One of the fundamental benefits of Wherever the Needs approach to Sanitation and water is our compost toilets ...
Stories from the field – Rice
In the second of her stories from the field, Jane Bond gets to know India and discovers the world of rice... I’m adjusting to rural India and as we travel out ...
Stories from the field – living with dirty water
Jane Bond is volunteer Project Officer for Wherever the Need India. She has been living and volunteering in India since November 2011, based in Tamil Nadu since February ...
Featured ProjectSpotlight on our work – Kumudimoolai, India
450 more people now with ecosan, thanks to support from the ACT Foundation Thanks to ...