End Water Poverty
End Water Poverty is a coalition of civil society organisations which campaigns at global, regional and national level for sustainable WASH
End Water Poverty is global civil society coalition made up of more than 270 members in 60 countries. End Water Poverty campaigns and advocates to decision makers at all levels, using a range of campaign tactics including mobilisations and the media, and working with other development organisations to end the water and sanitation crisis and ensure everyone has sustainable access to water, sanitation and hygiene.
End Water Poverty joins up local organisations, national networks and international NGOs to make a global alliance. The strength comes directly from the dedication of the members. End Water Poverty believes that through simultaneously taking action in countries around the world, End Water Poverty can ensure campaigning efforts go further. End Water Poverty helps bring local issues together at a national level, and raise local and national issues at an international level.
End Water Poverty coordinates one of the world's largest annual mass mobilizations - the World Walks for Water and Sanitation, which take place on World Water Day, March 22. In addition to helping mobilize the grassroots, End Water Poverty is also influential at an international level, for example in United Nations processes, at the Least Developed Country Conference, and in the global Sanitation and Water for All partnership.
Globally: To enable civil society voices on WASH to be heard throughout key global processes so that sustainable WASH becomes a high priority on the international and national political agenda;
Regionally: To influence regional bodies so that they prioritise sustainable WASH;
Nationally: National networks and members to develop long-term campaign plans so that End Water Poverty can better push governments to implement sustainable WASH for all. See more