Clean water is a fundamental human right, and we aim to help societies and communities to maintain healthy and clean water and sanitation systems. We aim to reduce health risks resulting from water-related diseases. We have established WASH facilities in ADD-supported health and nutrition facilities and schools, including twenty water supply connections and twenty facility latrines. ADD adopts the community-led total sanitation (CLTS) approach and was implemented in 25 communities in Kosti Locality of White Nile State. ADD supported line ministries in water quality testing and trained the communities in water quality management. ADD through its integrated community-based promotion activities has reached to 5,000 households with key messages in water-related diseases, food prevention, and personal and household hygiene practices.