New Digital Clearinghouse Brings 100s of Drinking Water Resources Under One Roof


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 The National Drinking Water Alliance (NDWA), a coalition of nonprofits, academic institutions, advocates, and individuals, works to ensure that all children are able to access safe water in the places where they live, learn and play.

The NDWA recently launched its new online resource clearinghouse for drinking water research, policy, access, and education. provides users with hundreds of useful tools, research studies, fact sheets, promotional materials and policy papers, as well as the latest developments in the field.

Together, we can improve access to drinking water in childcare centers, use local school wellness policies to improve water quality, educate families and help people pledge to drink water instead of sugary beverages – and much more.

Christina Hecht, PhD and Senior Policy Advisor for the Nutrition Policy Institute said,”We want to make plain drinking water the healthy choice and the easy choice through work in tap water safety, effective access to water, and drinking water education and promotion.”

Learn more or get in touch with NDWA at

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