The HSBC Water Programme has demonstrated how long-term collaborative partnerships are making a significant impact across the world. Read about the impact the HSBC Water Programme is having on people’s lives and livelihoods.
FreshWater Watch became the first citizen science initiative to research water at a global scale. It uncovered new insights into the key causes of water quality loss and ecosystem degradation, both globally and locally, triggering important conservation actions. This report demonstrates the social and environmental impact of the programme through case studies from FreshWater Watch research projects across the world.
In 2012 WaterAid began a unique partnership with HSBC. Together, we’ve reached millions of people with access to clean water, decent toilets and hygiene.
Few resources are more essential to human health, happiness and development than water. Yet, 844 million people across the world still do not have access to clean water. This report outlines WaterAid’s impact during the initial 5 years of the HSBC Water Programme of delivering clean water and sanitation across six countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Ghana and Nigeria.
WWF’s new report provides an overview of WWF’s work on protecting freshwater habitats and species, securing environmental flows and water quality, and improving water governance as part of the HSBC Water Programme. The report also draws out some success factors and common challenges, which WWF is seeking to build on and address as the HSBC Water Programme embarks on its second phase (2017-2020).
Billions of lives and species depend on our world’s rivers. WWF’s river stewardship work in five key river basins worldwide is helping to empower communities to actively protect their local rivers, improve water quality, protect habitats and species and enhance livelihoods for those who depend on rivers.
The programme has had a significant impact around the world.