The Global Water Challenge Interactive Map provides information about water and sanitation access around the world as well as the activities of GWC and its members. The map displays information about water and sanitation access, water usage and general information at three levels: global, regional and national. Information can be accessed by double clicking, selecting a geography from the drop-down menu or searching.

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*This map only shows the projects that GWC directly supports and does not show all projects being implemented by GWC's members.
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Sources: Under 5 Mortality Rate: WHO (2009) GDP: GWC Backgrounder Population, Water, and Sanitation statistics: Joint Monitoring Program (2008) Water usage: FAO Aquastat (2002/2007)
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No More Money Down the Drain: Draft WASH Sustainability Charter Released
Coca-Cola Helps Improve Lives of African Women and Girls
GWC Publishes Regional WASH Backgrounders
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GWC Proudly Supports World Water Day 2011
President Obama and charity: water at the National Prayer Breakfast
Video Highlighting Water Crisis Wins Award
Progress Report: Sustainability of Community Safe Water and AIDS initiatives in Kenya
GWC Joins Members in Call for Action
Making an Impact: H2O for Life
Launch Event: WASH in Schools
Making an Impact: Water For People
Coca-Cola and CARE to Provide Water Access to 7,500 Egyptians
Making an Impact: Acumen Fund
Field Notes: Mothers band together to bring clean water to children's school
Introducing the new Blue Planet Network
Africare joins GWC
Progress Report: CCODE
Progress Report: Safe Water and AIDS Project in Kenya
Progress Report: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Program in Tanzanian Schools
Progress Report: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Program in Mexican Schools
GWC premiers new Indian music video about water
April Progress Report: SWASH+ Central America
Photos from the Dow Live Earth Run for Water
Final Report: EcoTact
Final Report: Manna Energy
Progress Report: Naandi Foundation
The South Los Angeles Report covers the Dow Live Earth Run for Water
Watch the Live Earth TV special on Bravo
GWC and GETF form strategic alliance
Live Daily covers Melissa Etheridge and Rob Thomas announcement
Melissa Etheridge and Rob Thomas to participate in the Dow Live Earth Run for Water
Malawi struggles with sanitation situation
GWC Board Member Hattie Babbitt speaks at global corporate social responsibility event on water
GWC's Paul Faeth to teach philanthropists about water issues on Kenya trip
Progress Report: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Program in Tanzanian Schools
Elite athletes to participate in Dow Live Earth Run for Water
Tanvi Nagpal quoted in Wall Street Journal article about the importance of clean water to Haitian earthquake survivors
Help GWC partners deliver aid to Haiti
Update on Tanzania Schools Program
Tanvi Nagpal on Fox News
Triple Pundit looks at four GWC projects presented at Net Impact
Voice of America radio report on the water crisis mentions GWC projects
Paul Faeth interviewed on Blog Talk Radio
GWC videos appear on the Water Channel
GWC to help the Naandi Foundation bring clean water to 600,000 people in India
Live Earth releases first online TV episode
Cheryl Choge from GWC writes about Net Impact 2009
GWC releases report on Universal Children's Day identifying access to clean water as one of the greatest threat's to children's health and well-being
GWC co-sponsors Clean Water Solutions for the Developing World Roundtable
GWC presents Changemakers program to business school students at Net Impact
Paul Faeth interviewed by Muriel Glasgow of United Nations Yak
November 2009 Progress Report: Mexico SWASH
GWC releases report on microfinance in the water and sanitation sector
November 2009 Progress Report: SWASH+ Kenya
Dr. Tanvi Nagpal's piece appears in MIT journal
Sen. Durbin gives credit to ONE Campaign's petition that GWC helped with
The Institute for One World Health posts on the new report GWC collaborated on
New York Times blog post on Manna Energy
Huffington Post piece on all the buzz in the water sector
'It's time to take the die out of diarrhea'
September 2009 Progress Report: SWASH+ Central America Programs
Press Hits for GWC and the Dow Live Earth Run for Water
A Note from GWC Programs Director Dr. Tanvi Nagpal on Global Handwashing Day
September 2009 Progress Report: EkoTact
September 2009 Progress Report: AMREF Monitoring and Evaluation Program
Fast Company article mentions GWC as an innovator
CNN features a piece on EcoTact
Manna Energy on Social Earth Blog
Reuters Highlights Manna's Business Approach in Rwanda
TreeHugger on how to participate in World Water Week
Gibson Generously Donates Special Edition GWC Guitar
GWC Guest Post on ONE.org Blog
Year One Report: Hygiene Education, Water, and Sanitation in Tanzanian Schools
Paul Faeth In Good Magazine
TreeHugger Interviews Paul Faeth at Bonnaroo
Spreading the Word at Bonnaroo
Paul Faeth Interviewed on TreeHugger
Press Hits for GWC at Bonnaroo
GWC Blog Featured on ONE.org
Paul Faeth Interviewed for Crystal Light Launch
GWC Featured in The Corporate Philanthropist
Global Water Challenge is this year's lead NGO at Bonnaroo!
Our Facebook Causes page is a success!
Global Water Challenge wins Treehugger's Best of Green Award for "Best NGO Campaign"!
School Water Sanitation and Hygiene + Community Impact (SWASH+): Background and Research Findings
School Water, Sanitation and Hygiene + Community Impact (SWASH+)
A Forgotten Glass Ceiling: A Safe Drink of Water
Water Advocates eNewsletter - April 2009
Health Promotion through Hygiene Education, Water, and Sanitation in Schools Update
Dear Secretary Clinton: Women of the World Need Safe Water
New York Water Exhibit
SWASH+ in Kenya Progress Highlights 2008
Innovative Water and Sanitation Projects to Receive $1 Million in Funding from the Coca-Cola Foundation Announced
3 Changemaking Water Projects Improve Health & Sanitation in Rural Rwanda, Madagascar and India
Matt Damon and Paul Faeth at Clinton Global Initiative
Tapping Local Innovation: Unclogging the Water and Sanitation Crisis Collaborative Competition
Clinton Global Initiative: Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation Working Group
Global Water Challenge committed to find $25 million in funding for Changemakers projects
I'm blogging Matt Damon...
Millions May Gain Access to Clean Water After Clinton Global Initiative Mega-Commitment
Water and Sanitation Mega-Commitment at the 2008 Clinton Global Initiative
Firms Look at Open Source for CSR Ideas
Eat, Drink -- And Help Save Children's Lives
Green Power: 30 People Changing the Environment in Washington
Competing to Solve the Water Crisis
World Water Day
Fresh Water Out of Reach for Many Worldwide
UN World Water Day
Global Online Competition Searches for Innovators and Social Entrepreneurs with Solutions to Solve Water and Sanitation Crisis
Director of U.N. Initiative Discusses Warming's Impact on Water Quality, Quantity
A Fresh Look at Water
NBC Atlanta: Drought Not Just a Third World Problem
Is Water a Human Right?