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Walk for Water

What would you do if your closest water source was more than half an hour away? This is a daily reality for millions, but it doesn't have to be.

This March, will you Walk for Water?

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10,000 steps a day. 5 days.

This March, Walk for Water by taking 10,000 steps a day for five days and fundraising for WaterAid. From 19-23 March, take a step towards a healthier lifestyle, put your peers through their paces, and walk for those who walk too much.

This event coincides with World Water Day, which is recognised annually on 22 March.

I WANT TO WALK FOR WATER

How Walk for Water works

Image: Sydney Water

10,000 steps is the equivalent of 100 minutes of walking or 8 kilometres. Track your steps using a WaterAid pedometer, which we’ll send to every participant or corporate team who starts fundraising!

Image: WaterAid/Brendan Foster

Walk for Water is a great activity to do with a larger community.

Contact us if you’d like help getting your whole workplace or school community involved

Image: WaterAid/Tom Greenwood

Ask your friends to sponsor you as you Walk for Water. Funds raised will help WaterAid reach people who have limited access to clean water sources.

Find out how to fundraise the easy way

The water crisis

1 in 9 people worldwide still don’t have access to clean water close to home. For hundreds of millions of people, especially women and girls, that means long, dangerous and physically painful walks to collect water from sources that could be filthy.

WaterAid is committed to helping communities gain access to clean water sources close to home, enabling women and girls to spend more of their time going to school, seeking employment, looking after children, and engaging in leisure activities.

“Walking (10,000) steps might sound difficult, but it is actually quite easy if you are already lightly active. It’s all about changing habits, and becoming aware of how both beneficial and easy it is to add an extra 10 minutes onto your journey to walk there. Walk to the shops, walk the dog a little bit longer, park your car further away (saving on petrol too) and walk into work.”

– WaterAid ambassador Elyse Knowles

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