Large-Scale Investments Needed To Improve Water, Sanitation Worldwide, WHO Report Says

Deutsche Welle: New WHO report raises alarm on dirty water
“More than one in four people on the planet are drinking fecal-contaminated water, according to a new report by the World Health Organization (WHO). The agency said Thursday that dramatic improvements are needed to ensure people around the world have access to clean water. The WHO wants to see large-scale investments to ensure people everywhere have clean drinking water. The agency said hundreds of thousands of people die each year because they are forced to drink contaminated water…” (4/13).

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