While COVID-19 is spreading in
Pakistan, handwashing is one of the
most important things in the fight
against it. Find out more about our
It has the world’s sixth-largest population and is rapidly urbanising, which makes reaching everyone with basic services extremely challenging. People are moving to towns faster than in any other South Asian country, straining already limited services. And natural disasters present further obstacles to development and the sustainability of water and sanitation services.
people lack access to clean water close to home.
WaterAid in Pakistan
We started in 2006 in Pakistan and have remained focused on tackling the issues of
water, sanitation and hygiene that contribute in people’s lives.
We emphasise on the consolidation of the past programme accomplishments, replication and scaling-up successful models for sustainability.
We aim to inspire people with compelling stories that ignite change, making these basic human rights normal for everyone, everywhere.
There is a lot happening in the course of our work. From work on the ground to collaboration with the governments and partners.