With access to clean water, women become change agents in society.
These women are reinvesting in their communities in many ways:
Water is a force multiplier
– enabling cultural shifts in gender norms.
In 2018, the Water and Development Alliance (WADA) partnered with Ipsos to understand the many ways improved access to water access, sanitation and hygiene impacts women, their families and communities.
Key Pathways to Empowerment were identified and demonstrate the critical ways access to water impacts women and girls across the developing world.