Water is a human right

Yet 703 Million people worldwide live without access to clean drinking water.


In 2010, the United Nations General Assembly recognized access to clean water as a human right.
Since the resolution was adopted in the UN General Assembly and not in the UN Security Council, it is unfortunately not binding and not enforceable.
people Live without access to clean drinking water.
people live without access to sanitation facilities.
people have no or only limited access to basic hygiene services.
Time to act
Time to act
Time to act

Our GoalS

Viva con Agua promotes access to clean drinking water, sanitation and hygiene.

We rely on activism and use the universal languages of music, sport and art for our work and our national and international projects.

We support water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) projects with our local and international partner organizations and already reached over 3,6 million people.
Dieter Rams
Radio Rams

Take Action

With the campaign #waterisahumanright we want to make a statement on World Water Day to promote the consistent implementation of the human right to clean drinking water worldwide.

Join the movement