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Wash hands to save lives

Encouraging children to practice good hygiene behaviour which they can share with their families to improve overall community health is an important part of our work at preschools in Malawi.

Clean, safe water has been crucial during COVID, our work has encouraged the practice of handwashing through waterpoint repairs to increase clean water access and prevent the spread of disease in vulnerable rural areas with limited healthcare.

On Global Handwashing Day, 15th October 2022, you can share our message about improving hygiene and sanitation for under 5s.

Every child should have a toilet

World Toilet Day, 19th November 2022, is a United Nations Observance that celebrates toilets and raises awareness of the 4.2 billion people living without access to safely managed sanitation. It is about taking action to tackle the global sanitation crisis and achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030.

Pump Aid wants to reduce the practice of open defecation and the spread of diarrhoea to improve community health.

With £750, we can construct a latrine to improve sanitation and reduce preventable deaths from waterborne diseases.


End one million wasted journeys

In Malawi, girls and women walk 6km each day to collect water for their family. Often, these pumps do not work. Pump Aid wants to end this wasted opportunity by helping communities maintain and install their own pumps and let girls go to school and build a future instead of collecting water. We want to keep girls in school so that they can complete their education.

You can be apart of the movement to end #onemillionwastedjourneys

Universal access to water

Have you ever wondered what your life would be like without clean water?

On World Water Day 22nd March, we highlight the importance of the work we do all year round to improve access to clean water. In previous years, we have reached out to our network to raise awareness of the importance of clean water.

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