Africa Center for Advocacy is officially a member of End Water Poverty. 

Today, 2.1 billion people worldwide lack access to safely managed water, over twice as many lack access to safely managed sanitation services. This result forces women across the world to spend 200 million hours per day collecting water. Today, more people have mobile phones than have access to a safe toilet, one of their basic human rights.

Lack of access to safely managed and sustainable water and sanitation services has a negative impact on health outcomes – over 842,000 people die every year from diarrhoea caused by unsafe or dirty water and poor sanitation.

About End Water Poverty

End Water Poverty (EWP) is a global civil society coalition, campaigning to end the water and sanitation crisis. Established in 2007, they have now grown to over 150 members in more than 90 countries around the world, working in all regions across Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe and North America. Their members are civil society organizations ranging from large international non-governmental organizations and regional networks, to national networks, as well as small grassroots and community-based organizations. To find out more, see the full list of their members.

End Water Povertys vision is to ensure that everyone everywhere has access to safely managed water and sanitation services and good hygiene.

United by the common goal to end the water and sanitation crisis for all, End Water Poverty is dedicated to demanding and delivering effective global advocacy, resulting in universal access to sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).

As a member:  

We are advocating and campaigning for the human rights to water and sanitation services. We work hard to make these rights accountable and deliverable today.

Click on this link to learn more about End Water Poverty: .