Water and Sanitation

WASH Facts a quick view

  1. An estimated 2.5 billion people lack access to improved sanitation
  2. Worldwide, 780 million people do not have access to an improved water source
  3. According to the World Health Organization and UNICEF, regions with the lowest coverage of "improved" sanitation in 2006 were sub-Saharan Africa (31%), Southern Asia (33%) and Eastern Asia (65%)
  4. In 2006, 7 out of 10 people without access to improved sanitation were rural inhabitants
  5. An estimated 801,000 children younger than 5 years of age perish from diarrhea each year, mostly in developing countries. This amounts to 11% of the 7.6 million deaths of children under the age of five and means that about 2,200 children are dying every day as a result of diarrheal diseases

Source http://www.cdc.gov/

Act now or it will be too late. Also write down the WASH data you have...cheers.


Gema Alatas
It will be good to continue this dialogue
B Warade
thanks everyone for feedback.
Leonardo Zanata
In Brazil, only 37,5% of the sewage generated in the whole country is treated and 17,6% of the population don't recieve any kind of treated water.

sad reality... Is up to "us" to make it better. Regards.
lyseconcept jean Marius
I think that the Biological Cleansing is the most effective solution to fight against the proliferation of certain contaminations.
The waste waters are rejected, without any really effective treatment, in nature. With the increase in the world population, all these waste waters come to pollute the water resources drinkable.
It will be necessary well that the actors town planners consider that the cleansing is the priority of the priorities and that the only solution it is the Biological A.B Cleansing for a biological and productive ecological activity general final economic removing in a very effective way the position risk of the water tables.
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