The global water crisis affects dozens of countries, a large proportion of which are located in Africa. Approximately 748 million people around the world lack access to safe drinking water, and nearly half of these individuals live in sub-Saharan nations like Liberia, Ghana and Nigeria.
Approximately 748 million people around the world lack access to safe drinking water. Almost half of these individuals live in Liberia or other sub-Saharan African nations, where roughly 40% of the population lacks clean water. Tens of thousands of people die each year due to water-related diseases
Today, there are more Christians living in Africa than any other continent in the world. According to data published by the Center for the Study of Global Christianity, there are more than 631 million Christians that currently reside in Africa, accounting for 45 percent of the continent’s
Abdul Hafiz Koroma is a water and sanitation expert with over 11 years’ in the development sector with experience in evaluation research, policy analysis, grant writing, planning, implementing, and measuring the impact of projects. He has advanced skills in program management, monitoring and