There are many cases around the world that prove water sanitation and human health are highly correlated. When water isn’t clean or safe for drinking because it has been contaminated by waste or chemicals, those who consume it can suffer from fatal diseases. According to many medical professionals
The water crisis in Africa manifests itself in various ways, including the proliferation of water borne diseases. These are illnesses caused by drinking dirty or contaminated water. Up to 80% of diseases in developing countries are tied to faecal polluted drinking water. According to the
Water Shortage Crisis in Africa Has Gotten Worse in 2019 A water shortage crisis in Africa exists when there is not enough potable water for a population. The lack of fresh water leads to drought, famine and death. In many parts of Africa, a water crisis has existed for years. The World Health
In our previous blog, “The Negative Effects of Water Pollution on Human Health,” we discussed how contaminated water can impact health. While understanding how water pollution affects health is important, it is also wise to understand the different types of water pollution and what causes them.
Water is often taken for granted in developed countries where safe, clean water is readily available for drinking, cooking, or bathing. Unfortunately, this is not the case in many parts of the world. Communities in undeveloped countries like Liberia are living in ‘water scarce’ regions where clean
Clean water is essential for good health and well-being. In fact, each person on Earth requires between 20 and 50 liters of safe water a day for drinking, cooking, and basic hygiene, according to the Koshland Science Museum. Exactly why is clean drinking water important? The human body is made up of
More than 300 million Africans lack access to clean, safe drinking water. Poverty stemming from climate change, ethnic conflicts, political instability, and other man-made causes has resulted in an epidemic that affects countless men, women, and children who are forced to live without proper
Clean water, a resource that many people in developed countries take for granted, is a luxury in certain parts of the world. According to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, more than 300 of the 800 million residing in sub-Saharan Africa live in water-scarce environments.