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Water News and Reports

Refugees and water stress, an intolerable combination

The war in Syria has transformed the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon. The fertile depression has become the shelter of the horrors and grief of war. The project of the Foundation, which brings sanitation to schools in the region, reveals that, despite being one of the countries with the greatest scarcity of water in the world, it has hosted more than one million refugees in the last seven years.

Clean your heart, as well as your toilet

Can the use of the bathroom cause a division in society? This is what cur-rently happens in most cities in India, where the domestic staff suffers the reminiscences of ancestral classism. #CleanYourHeart, a short film by the We Are Water Foundation, reflects a situation that hampers the socio-economic development of the country and sends a message of progress supported by the younger generations.

Awareness-raising and projects: new challenges

The winning of four iAgua Awards implies the recognition of the sector to the work of the Foundation and a motivation to move forward in the battle fought by mankind to achieve full access to water and sanitation. It is becoming increasingly urgent to raise awareness in society to create a common front against climate change, environmental degradation and poverty.

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Water, sanitation and hygiene, the pillars of resilience

Last summer two earthquakes and one tsunami devastated two of the poorest areas of Indonesia. The recovery of the access to water and sanitation is a priority so that those who have lost everything get their lives back. The Foundation takes action once again to help those affected by natural disasters, a tragedy aggravated by anthropogenic factors, such as exposure and vulnerability, whose reduction is one of the great challenges for a fair and sustainable future of mankind.

Not a school, not a home, not a woman without proper sanitation

In India, in addition to adequate and dignified toilets, it is necessary to extend knowledge and hygienic practices among the population, especially in schools and women of menstrual age. This is a goal that requires important socio-cultural and educational advances and is taken on by the We Are Water Foundation in its projects in India. On World Toilet Day these efforts took on special prominence.

Half a degree counts!

Only 1.5 ºC more. The limit is no longer 2 ºC, as agreed three years ago in Paris. The SR15, a new report by the IPCC that will be the foundation of the work of COP 25 in Katowice, takes a step forward regarding the limits of the increase in the temperature of the atmosphere and alerts about the radical changes we will need to undertake to achieve it. United Nations and We Are Water study to work closely together to achieve the greatest international awareness

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