Women + Water Alliance Video Library


The USAID Gap Inc. Women + Water Alliance aimed to support the health and wellbeing of women and communities in two states in India touched by the apparel industry.  Through this partnership, 2.3 million people acquired improved access to drinking water and sanitation by the end of the partnership in 2023.

The videos below cover the work the Women + Water Alliance accomplished during the partnership.

After participating in women’s life skills and self-efficacy trainings, Pooja was empowered to take raise her voice for her village’s water needs. Thanks to her advocacy, there is now improved water access and women no longer have to spend hours walking for water. (01:18)

Pramila is a cotton farmer and a bold dreamer who took the initiative to get involved in village planning for clean water access and has been trained on organic farming practices to help improve water quality. (01:19)

2019 Overview of Women + Water Alliance work. (07:35)

Nidhi Dubey, Field Coordinator in Madhya Pradesh, India explains how the Women + Water Alliance is leveraging women’s leadership to catalyze adoption or water and sanitation services in their family’s lives and communities. (00:36)

Meet the women who are leading change in their communities with help from USAID and Gap Inc. (05:40)

Gap Inc. hosted a panel at the 2022 World Water week on what it takes for corporations to help improve and sustain community water resilience for communities relevant to their supply chains. Gap Inc. and USAID are joined by Water.org, WaterAid, Institute for Sustainable Communities (ISC), CARE, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), and I4DI in unpacking the strategies that partners in collective action can take up to improve water resilience. (1:21:17)

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