Project WET International

Project WET is currently active in more than 60 countries around the world through a network of partner organizations that range from small NGOs to major international corporations and organizations. We only go where we’re invited! We work with our partners to customize and localize our universally applicable water education methods to meet the specific needs of countries, cultures and regions.

As a result of this ongoing customization and expansion, the topics and broad geographic areas that our water education materials currently cover varies greatly—from watershed education in Taiwan, to hydration education in Jordan, to sanitation and hygiene education in Brazil. Descriptions of topical and geographic resources can be found below.

Don’t see the concept, country or language you need? Contact us to find out how you can customize your own international program with Project WET!

Project WET Curriculum Areas

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

Worldwide, about one in eight people do not have access to clean and safe water, and one in three people lack improved sanitation facilities. That combination means higher rates of disease and death, making education critical. Most of our WASH education materials can be downloaded for free and are available in multiple languages.

Latin American Resources 

A website in English and in Spanish serves as a resource center and professional network for educators in Latin American and Caribbean countries.

Play an Interactive Activity in Spanish on DiscoverWater.org

Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0, Japanese edition

Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0, global editions

Our international partners can work with us to license customized and translated versions of our flagship publication, the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0. To learn more, please contact our publications manager.

Hydration

Since about 60 percent of our body is composed of water, none of us can live for more than three to five days without water intake. Project WET’s healthy hydration module—which has been translated into several languages for use around the world through our partnership with Nestlé Waters—highlight the importance of water to the body.

Water and Ethics

This "choose-your-own-adventure" style book, created in partnership with UN HABITAT, takes on the topic of water and ethics. You're in charge as you make decisions and take actions related to ethical questions about water use and stewardship.

Water and Sanitation in Cities

Where does your water come from when you live in a city? This digital activity booklet created with UN HABITAT helps kids better understand not only where their water comes from but also how it's used and how they can play an active role in stewardship.

Water and Literacy

As part of a larger USAID project to encourage literacy in the southeast African country of Malawi, Project WET created four posters to help Malawian children learn to read the Chichewa and English alphabet, find out where their water comes from and care for their books.

International Maps and Posters

Our maps and posters add a splash of color to any classroom, while immersing students in fascinating facts about international watersheds, the water cycle and hand washing.

Chichewa alphabet poster

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