Our Work on Water

Progressio Ireland's “Waterproof Development” campaign fights for the equitable and sustainable management of global water resources, with a specific focus on poor and vulnerable groups. With this campaign Progressio aims to address the unsustainable and unjust patterns of water access and consumption. Find out more: http://bit.ly/progressiowaterproof
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Great #VirtualWater App for #iPhone owners: check how much water you EAT everyday.

Great #VirtualWater App for #iPhone owners: check how much water you EAT everyday.

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Experts take debate over global water development goals to the Web and hope the internet-based public water consultation will help them forge streamlined goals for the post-2015 development agenda by building consensus around three main aspects of water management: water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH); water resources; wastewater management and water quality. Join the discussion on Twitter (#waterpost2015) and please re-pin to spread the word! via @AlertNet

Experts take debate over global water development goals to the Web and hope the internet-based public water consultation will help them forge streamlined goals for the post-2015 development agenda by building consensus around three main aspects of water management: water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH); water resources; wastewater management and water quality. Join the discussion on Twitter (#waterpost2015) and please re-pin to spread the word! via @AlertNet

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"...I am inclined to believe that if there can be a meaningful   human right to any material thing, surely it starts with   access to minimum clean freshwater. ” - Steven Solomon #TalkWater

"...I am inclined to believe that if there can be a meaningful human right to any material thing, surely it starts with access to minimum clean freshwater. ” - Steven Solomon #TalkWater

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ALL YOU EAT needs water

ALL YOU EAT needs water

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Water and Land Grab Week: Time to call it what it is – The great water grab.Lis Martin, Environmental Policy and Advocacy Officer with Progressio in the UK,  writes about water grabs, exploited water resources and the challenges for local communities and highlights the need for inclusive decision making and responsible management of available land and water resources.

Water and Land Grab Week: Time to call it what it is – The great water grab.Lis Martin, Environmental Policy and Advocacy Officer with Progressio in the UK, writes about water grabs, exploited water resources and the challenges for local communities and highlights the need for inclusive decision making and responsible management of available land and water resources.

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Water Consumption: Local action – global impact. Check out our newest blog post.

Water Consumption: Local action – global impact. Check out our newest blog post.

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Happy Earth Day everyone! See why water is central to all aspects of life on Earth.

Happy Earth Day everyone! See why water is central to all aspects of life on Earth.

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A short video covering the award ceremony of The Better Together video competition 2012, where our Waterproofing Development video won in one of the categories.

A short video covering the award ceremony of The Better Together video competition 2012, where our Waterproofing Development video won in one of the categories.

Photo:aerial view of asparagus fields in Peru.  To mark the World Water Day 2011  Progressio Ireland launched a report on the global impact of the unsustainable use of water and Ireland’s and the UK’s water footprint through a case study of Peruvian asparagus.  Click the photo to read the full report 'Progressio Report Drop-by-Drop – Asparagus in Peru'.

Photo:aerial view of asparagus fields in Peru. To mark the World Water Day 2011 Progressio Ireland launched a report on the global impact of the unsustainable use of water and Ireland’s and the UK’s water footprint through a case study of Peruvian asparagus. Click the photo to read the full report 'Progressio Report Drop-by-Drop – Asparagus in Peru'.

UNSGAB Chair and HRH Willem-Alexander, the Prince of the Netherlands, explains why wastewater is not given enough political priority and should be treated as an important resource. What are your thoughts? Video from @waterpost2015

UNSGAB Chair and HRH Willem-Alexander, the Prince of the Netherlands, explains why wastewater is not given enough political priority and should be treated as an important resource. What are your thoughts? Video from @waterpost2015

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