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Find out why WaterAid aims to engage in advocacy to influence the policies and practice of the main
decision-makers, donors and public.
WaterAid supports this legislation, which aims to strengthen US Government support for sustainable water programs.
Read our response to the 2011 Report to Congress on US foreign assistance programs for water and sanitation in developing countries.
As the US foreign aid system is reviewed, WaterAid highlights the vital role water and sanitation play in reducing global poverty.
WaterAid played a key role in the development of a global partnership called Sanitation and Water for All, launched in April 2010.
WaterAid has led the development of the Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Working Group, a US-based advocacy coalition.
WaterAid is part of the 1,000 Days Partnership
that promotes improved nutrition for pregnant mothers and children through the age of two.
Visit WaterAid's international website for a full list of WaterAid's policy, advocacy and research publications.
The International Water Forum was held in September 2011 to develop plans for an awareness campaign on the global water crisis.
Ask your Member of Congress to support the Senator Paul Simon Water for the World Act. It will make our existing aid more effective and allow us to impact more lives—without spending any more money.
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