Pakistan has faced catastrophic floods in recent years that have killed and displaced thousands, and destroyed countless homes and livelihoods. What is it like to live in Pakistan’s flood prone areas?
Many people in Nigeria do not have access to safe drinking water, especially in remote rural villages. Social activist Samuel Omaka created a social media campaign to tackle this issue.
Photographer Abhishek Singh travelled along a large tributary river of the Ganges in India, called the Yamuna. He captured life and activists trying to clean the polluted lifeline of these Indian people.
Clean water and Sanitation is seen as essential throughout the world. To reach it, anthropologist Marietta Shimizu-Larenas stresses that we need to empower the voices of women within the water management sector.
Sea level rise as a result of climate change is destroying Pakistan's River Indus delta and water scarcity is becoming a major issue.
Can Tho is the heart of Vietnam’s Mekong delta. Researcher Ly Quoc Dang crisscrossed the city to see how women cope with water challenges.
Mozambique’s port city of Beira was badly hit by Cyclone Idai two months ago. How are the residents recovering their city?
We talked with Dutch Water Envoy Henk Ovink about water as leverage for making cities resilient, the need to collaborate and the power of storytelling.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte is on a trade mission to Vietnam. Joep Janssen and Ad Spijkers, both active in Vietnam, make a plea for servant leadership.
Climate change is an everyday reality for Pakistani citizens. In conversation with Amar Guriro about water scarcity, climate-resilient solutions and the power of journalism.