Noori Tales
 

This summer, WaterAid and the H&M Foundation invite you to share a unique insight into the lives of schoolchildren growing up in Pakistan.

 

Noori Tales: Stories from the Indus Delta features 31 images shot by Swedish-Eritrean photographer Malin Fezehai during her visit to the district of Thatta in the Sindh province of southeast Pakistan. The exhibition documents the reality of growing up amidst escalating problems caused by water scarcity and climate change. It forms part of the Kulturfestivalen (16-21 August) and World Water Week in Stockholm (28 August-2 September), the annual focal point for global water issues.

 
 

Today, 650 million people globally live without safe water,
and 2.3 billion don’t have adequate sanitation.

WaterAid and the H&M Foundation have partnered for the three-year, SEK 60 million Global Program for Clean Water which aims to provide sanitation, water and hygiene promotion in schools, with a view to improving health and education and transforming children’s futures.

Read more about our work here

 
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Noori Tales:

Stories from
the Indus Delta