WaterChallenge Corporate Control of Water

Girls collecting water in Ghana

Water is the basis for life.

Yet, one in four people worldwide don't have enough safe drinking water, while corporations exploit this global crisis to drive public water into private hands. We advance and protect the human right to water, challenging the abuse of global water profiteers. Learn More

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Defending the human right to water in Lagos

We stalled the World Bank’s private water plans in Lagos, ensuring the people of Lagos are able to make their voices heard.

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Alissa Weinman
Veolia -- one of the largest private water corporations in the world -- was supposed to manage Pittsburgh's water system, deliver safe drinking water, and save the city money. But today, residents across the city are facing health risks from high levels of lead in their water.
Michél Legendre
On Tuesday, June 13 at 7:00 p.m. EDT, Corporate Accountability International is holding a virtual organizing training on resisting Trump’s pro-corporate infrastructure agenda. Join the training and become part of the movement to ensure everyone has access to clean, safe water
Corporate Accountability International
"Simply put, your infrastructure may be more valuable to you--and to the public--in someone else's hands." That's Steve Steckler, founder of infrastructure consulting firm IMG, writing to public officials in a 2003 paper published by the libertarian Reason Foundation.

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