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Kenya, Ukraine, United States of America
Clean Water, Environment, Family
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The Republic of South Sudan
Clean Water, Education
The Khor Wakow School Project wants to give all children in the Khor Wakow villages, regardless or age or gender, access to education. We recognize that children learn when their physical, spiritual, emotional, and social needs are met. KWSP will work with community elders, families, and the children ...See More themselves to identify ongoing needs in order to improve their lives and increase their hope and faith. Show Less

Children/Youth, Economy, Clean Water, Education, Family, Health, Poverty
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the root causes of poverty and injustice. Working in nearly 100 countries around the world, we serve all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, ...See More or gender. Show Less

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Trailblazer Foundation is committed to improving health, food security, education, and economic development in rural Cambodia in ways that are self-sustaining by the individuals and communities we serve.
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Water Mission worked closely with UNICEF to install 10 patented water treatment systems in Tanzania's Nyarugusu refugee settlement in 2015, providing safe water to over 25,000 Burundian refugees, including this boy taking his first drink. HANDOUT/Water ... See more..
The Rotary Club of Harrisburg host the Water Project for Haiti mission to build, install, and test the first of its kind water filtration system in the remote mountain village of Gardere, Haiti. Over eight challenging and busy days, traveling two or ... See more..
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune 
Access to clean, safe drinking water is every Wisconsin citizens' right, columnist writes. See more..
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The Cape's municipalities are only doing a so-so job in cleaning up their water supplies and putting wastewater systems into place, according to the president of ... See more..
Westchester Magazine 
Pete Seeger's 1970 trip is reimagined, his ship embarking to D.C. with a message to Congress. See more..
University of California 
Engineers at the University of California, Riverside have developed a new way to recover almost 100 percent of the water from highly concentrated salt solutions. The system will alleviate water shortages in arid regions and reduce concerns surrounding ... See more.. 
The Clean Water Access Bill was passed by the Assembly on Thursday. Lawmakers say this bill provides hope to those who do not have clean water. The root cause of groundwater pollution in Kewaunee County results from many causes including failing ... See more.. Press 
The cost of drinkable water in Cottage Grove keeps increasing — but only for 3M Co. The costs are for perfluorochemical mitigation projects after two Minnesota agencies — the Department of Health and the Pollution Control Agency — lowered the ... See more..
The Ohio Attorney General's Office has sued the owner of a manufacturing plant's estate to recoup more than $604,000 it spent cleaning up contamination that got into the village of Enon's drinking water source more than 20 years ago. The Ohio ... See more..
The Killeen Daily Herald 
Area water service providers are beginning to send out their 2016 water quality reports to customers — and the results look mostly clear. The cities of Killeen, Copperas Cove and Nolanville and Fort Hood are showing clean records for 2016, with only ... See more..
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Water is a fundamental component of human development, yet nearly one billion people worldwide lack access to clean water.1 The global community is suffering from severe water scarcity and inadequate access to sanitation systems.2  Each day children across the world spend hours walking to collect water for their families and they miss out on crucial educational opportunities.3  Countless schools in rural regions of impoverished countries are not properly equipped with separate toilet facilities for their female students, which often discourages girls from attending school.4 Equally important to potable water is sanitation and personal hygiene, and global health is crippled by the fact that the vast majority of the people on the planet are unable to properly and safely dispose of their own waste.5

It is estimated that nearly 1.2 billion people have no appropriate mechanisms for disposing of human waste safely.7 This lack of sanitation has become the most common cause for infections in humans.8 Children under five years of age are at the highest risk for contracting serious infections that can lead to serious illness and even death.9 The most common illness that children suffer from regarding sanitation issues is diarrhea.10 Experts estimate that over 1.5 million children under five years dies from complications relating to diarrheal diseases.11 If international organizations and governments were to work together to help empower communities and countries to take action and improve water and sanitation practices several positive changes could happen across the globe.12 If half of the nearly one billion people without these services were to gain access to clean water, 272 million more children would be able to attend school and the total number of preventable deaths that are deterred would constitute approximately $3.6 billion USD annually.13 Access to water has also been determined as a major cause for wars and serious uprisings between countries.14 This problem is especially exacerbated in the Middle East where water scarcity is high since the advent of global climate change and it is causing food shortages across the Middle East.15

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Clean Water Subcauses

Water Scarcity
Water Pollution and Sanitation
Hydrology and Water Usage
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Water Scarcity
Approximately 1.6 billion people around the world face water shortages, nearly one-fourth of the world's population.1 Additionally, more than 2.7 billion people face water shortages for at least one month out of the year.2 Freshwater sources account for less than 3% of the world's water supply, and the majority of earth's natural freshwater is in the form of frozen glaciers and unable to be used for consumption.3 While the earth has enough water to sustain its population, mismanagement, over consumption, and pollution cause uneven distribution and threaten the sustainability of remaining water resources.4 In recent years, water usage has grown at more than twice the rate of population growth,5 and at the current consumption rate nearly two-thirds of the world could face water shortages by ...See More 2025.6 In much of the developing world, clean water is often a commodity that requires money, travel, and hard work to obtain. Women around the world spend a combined total of 200 million hours a day collecting and traveling to collect water, taking valuable time away from their economic activities and their families.7 Additionally, certain regions are particularly prone to droughts that drain their existing water sources and deplete reservoirs, rivers, and wells. Brazil, Southeast Asia, Southern Africa, and Australia are highly vulnerable to drought.8 Largely due to climate change, the percentage of the earth plagued by drought has doubled in the past 40 years.9 Pollution and improper waste removal also threaten the sustainability of current water supplies, contributing to further water shortages. Approximately 70% of the earth's industrial waste is dumped into water supplies and 30 billion tons of urban sewage are dumped into lakes, rivers, and oceans annually.10 Domestic waste and garbage are responsible for approximately 80% of the world's water pollution.11 Show Less