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No doubt water is life, and withoutit, life existence is impossible. Water is one of the most valuable, and neededresources on Earth. It not only covers 2/3 part of the earth’s surface but alsomore than half of our body mass. However, 70% of the human body is made up ofwater, and with this, we can estimate the importance of water.

You might be one of them who haveeffortless access to clean drinking water in taps. While many people around theglobe even don’t have clean water to drink. So, with this, it is concluded thatlife is not as easy as it seems.

However, keeping in mind theimportance of water, thus, it becomes crucial to find the legitimate solutionfor the most horrible and ever-growing water-related challenges.

So, today, we have piled up a listof critical issues that people are facing regarding water availability and consumption.Do read this article and get everything you need to know about water. 

·       Access tosafe drinking water:

Do you know there are almost 663million people around the globe who have no access to clean drinking water?Yes, 663 million people!

We even don’t realize how muchwasting clean water could threaten our future and availability of waterresources.

According to a report from UNICEFdata, there were 71% people in 2015 who had access to clean, and safe watersupply. However, this is defined as water from improved sources alwaysavailable when needed. While 1.3 billion population reply on essential waterservice. This is defined as water availability within 30 minutes of around-trip.

However, many other countries evendon’t have such access. While on the other hand, there are 2% of people whodepend on surface water.

According to another survey, manycountries have less to no access to safely managed water just like African andAsian people. Their women walk almost 6km every day to get water and carry upto 20kg. However, the estimated total time that spends in collecting this muchwater is 125 million hours.

·       The Amountof water being used:

Well, it is interesting to knowthat in most of the developing countries 20 litres of water a day is enough fordrinking, cleaning, cooking and other needs. This estimation is from WHO, whileon the other hand, the same water volume can be consumed in 1 minute duringshower and it just happens!

So, that’s mean an average humanuses more water in 1 minute than those people who live in Sub-Saharan Africanswhich use the same amount for the whole day. However, ultimately consumptionpatterns connect with cost and vary from country to country.

·       The Cost ofBuying Water:

While talking about the cost ofbuying safe water, then developed countries comparatively need to pay lessamount for having water in pipes than those who live in under-developingcountries. However, according to the data from WaterAid, 60% of Papua NewGuinea’s population have not accessed to clean water. And if have, then thecost is 50% more than in developed countries.

In 2016, the average cost of safewater supply in developing countries was $2.61 for 50 litres while for the USit was $0.10 for the same volume. So, from there, you can conclude what thecurrent situation of water supply around the world is.

Aside from all these water finicalcosts, there are also many health-related problems due to unsafe water supply whichcause water-related diseases in children. And according to UNDP, almost 1000children die every day due to poor sanitized water.

So, please save water and consumeas much as you require. Your self-indulgence can take someone life away.  Be careful!