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£19
A two-year-old Bangladeshi girl splashes water in a small plastic basin beside a tube well installed with UNICEF assistance. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2000-0578/Shehzad Noorani £19 could provide provide 5,000 water purification tablets for families to purify water in emergency situations.
£31
Children learning to read and write in the Tihama, Yemen Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2006-0429/Giacomo Pirozzi £31 could provide 500 packets of specially-formulated salts that can help save the lives of as many as 100 children suffering from dehydration.
£55
Scolastica Iria and baby Francis Credit: © UNICEF UK/2006/Caroline Irby £55 could enable five families caught up in an emergency or natural disaster to collect, store and even purify water.
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A two-year-old Bangladeshi girl splashes water in a small plastic basin beside a tubewell installed with UNICEF assistance. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2000-0578/Shehzad Noorani
£7
£7 a month could provide enough special water kits to give 8 families access to safe drinking water Credit: © UNICEF UK £7 a month could provide enough special water kits to give 8 families access to safe drinking water.
£9
Children learning to read and write in the Tihama, Yemen Credit: © UNICEF UK £9 a month could help ten families caught up in emergencies or natural disasters to collect, store and even purify water.
£20
Scolastica Iria and baby Francis. Credit: © UNICEF UK £20 a month could help provide clean, safe drinking water for a village, school or a community in a developing country.
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A two-year-old Bangladeshi girl splashes water in a small plastic basin beside a tubewell installed with UNICEF assistance Credit: © UNICEF UK

Every child has the right to safe drinking water.

Globally, more than 125 million children under five years of age live in households without access to an improved drinking-water source, and more than 280 million children under five live in households with poor sanitation facilities. Every one of these children is a unique individual whose rights are infringed and whose health is threatened from birth by the lack of access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation.

On average, nearly 1,000 children die every day from diarrhoeal diseases linked to unsafe drinking water, poor sanitation, or poor hygiene.

Unicef works to provide the hardest to reach children with the water they desperately need. For £9 month you could help ten families caught up in emergencies or natural disasters to collect, store and even purify water.

You can help us provide clean, safe water to children around the world. Please donate now.