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“I used to collect water from a traditional well. In the dry season we didn’t have enough water. A lot of people had scabies and there was diarrhoea and vomiting too. Now the water here is good and we don’t get cholera”.

Essenati Obadi, pictured left, Makica, Mozambique.

Photo: WaterAid/Jon Spaull

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By making a gift to WaterAid in your Will you can change the lives of more people like Essenati forever.

Your generosity will help bring health, smiles, hope and dignity to many more people in Africa and Asia who are in desperate need of reliable, clean water supplies and effective sanitation.

Would you like to know more?

A donation in your Will is an important decision, and one you won’t want to rush. To help you, WaterAid has prepared a brief, free booklet which tells you more about our work and how a gift to WaterAid in your Will can bring change for good.

WaterAid would be delighted if you decide to support our work with a donation in this way. However, please be reassured that by simply requesting a booklet places you under no obligations.

If you would like to talk to someone about leaving a gift to WaterAid in your Will, please call Ida O'Keeffe on 020 7793 4566.

Click here to read how a donation in your Will can bring health, dignity and hope for generations. Click here to read how to include WaterAid in your Will.

  • If you wish to complete the form which expresses your intention to include WaterAid in your Will please click here.

  • If you would like to receive a copy of a booklet by post please click here. This booklet gives more information on WaterAid's work and how a gift in your Will can bring change for good.

"Before we had to drink very polluted water, but this water is very close to my house and it is good for my health. It is pure and healthy."

Shaga Barsa, pictured right, now collects safe, clean water from her village tapstand in Alaba, Ethiopia.

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