One in four people to safe water does not have access. Unsafe water accounts for six out of every 100 deaths in low-income countries.
People across the globe observe by the United Nations on March 22 as World Water Day designated to raise awareness of the two billion people living in safe water without access. The basic dissolution of this year is “Groundwater making the invisible thing visible”.
Groundwater is the water found on earth and is the largest source of freshwater below the Earth’s surface.
Safe and readily available water for public health is important. Polluted water is linked, to the transmission of many diseases, including cholera, diarrhea, dysentery, hepatitis A, typhoid, polio, etc.
In 2019, diarrhoeal diseases resulted in the deaths of some 1.5 million people, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), making this the eighth-highest causality of death globally, specifically among lower-income crowds.
At least two billion people use a drinking water source globally contaminated; with feces.
In 2019, the share of annual deaths attributed on average across the world ranged from a high of 10.1 percent in Chad about 100 in 1,000 to about 0.3 percent to unsafe water on average to less than 0.02 percent across most of Europe according; to the Global Burden of Disease Collaborative Network in the Americas.
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