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

One in four don't have enough safe drinking water.

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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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The superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park fills up a reusable water bottle at a hydration station.
For years, the International Bottled Water Association has attempted to stop national parks from going bottled water free. A broad coalition has supported parks in taking this common-sense step.
Shayda Edwards Naficy
The water crisis in Lagos in dire. This new report lays out a vision for a public water system that delivers clean, safe water to all residents.
Shayda Edwards Naficy
Around the globe, one in four people does not have enough safe water to drink. Girls can’t go to school because they spend their days fetching water. Children are dying from waterborne illnesses.


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