- The We Are Water Foundation, through its main sponsor Roca, collaborates on the Indian government’s project Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, supplying 40,000 sanitation plaques.
- The Vicente Ferrer Foundation will install the new latrines in Anantapur and will undertake an educational campaign to ensure the appropriate awareness of the users.
- The Foundation’s acts on World Toilet Day show that the problem of sanitation covers a vast world beyond that of the latrine and sanitation technologies
- The galleries of Madrid, Lisbon and Shanghai bring together experts in search of solutions. The investment in human capital involves organisation and education
- For World Toilet Day, the We Are Water Foundation organised “Sanitation for all. Ghandi’s dream and the challenge of India”, a debate in which the goals of the SWACHH Bharat programme were set out
- The Asian giant shows the planetary scale of the problem of sanitation
- The installation of toilets must be accompanied by community participation, justice and, above all, education
- At COP21, the 21st Conference of the Parties about the climate, almost 200 governments from around the world will sign the most important agreement for the future of life on Earth.
- The average temperature of the atmosphere rising more than 2 degrees before the end of the century must be avoided at all costs.
- Meteorology, key in avoiding damage, is the science that will best guide us to understand what happens.
- The Foundation receives an honorary mention from the European Meteorological Society for the scope of the We Are Water Film Festival.