WaterAid initiated ‘The WASH Photo Project’ in mid-2018 with an aim to document the ground reality of water across India. Seven fellows chosen under the project, travelled extensively across ten states to capture the water crisis in India and how urban and rural communities are dealing with it. This project culminated in a photo exhibition that was set up for the World Water Day on 22 March 2019 and was open to the public for the weekend. Our role in this, apart from designing the logo and communication collaterals like call-for-entries, pamphlets and postcards, was to conceptualise the whole exhibition’s look and structure.
WaterAid India is part of the global WaterAid network which has been working for four decades to improve access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene across the world. We worked with WaterAid India from 2015 to 2021 on a large variety of communications such as graphics/infographics for social media, animated videos on handwashing and menstruation, publications, campaigns on menstrual hygiene and covid-19, and new year diaries and calendars for three years.