by Amref Health Africa

World Water Day

Theme: Water and Climate Change | #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange

World Water Day

Theme: Water and Climate Change | #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange


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Today, 1 in 3 people or 2.2 billion people around the world lack safe drinking water and over half of the global population or 2 billion people lack safely managed sanitation services (WHO/UNICEF 2019)

Universal access to safe drinking water and adequate sanitation and hygiene would reduce the global disease burden by 10%. (WHO 2012)

Access to safe water and sanitation are human rights, recognized by the United Nations General Assembly. For universal fulfilment of these rights to become reality, we will need the right systems: well-resourced, capable institutions delivering services and changing behaviour in resilient and appropriate ways (UN). #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange

To achieve clean water and sanitation (SDG 6), it’s imperative for countries to efficiently use and manage water to address the growing demand for the commodity, threats to water security and the increasing frequency and severity of droughts and floods resulting from climate change.  #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange


With universal access to WASH, we would save the lives of the 829,000 people who currently die every year from diseases directly caused by unsafe water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene practices. (UN) #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange

Universal access to WASH can also help drastically reduce child malnourishment, and help alleviate physical and mental under-development. Today, 50% of child malnutrition is associated with unsafe water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene (UN).  #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange


Through our #WASH projects, we seek to increase access to sustainable, safe and adequate water, appropriate sanitation and hygiene practices.  #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange

Our goal is to reduce prevalence of WASH-related diseases such as dysentery, cholera, trachoma and typhoid and to protect women and children from WASH-related disease epidemics in our areas of operation. #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange

In Ethiopia, we have ensured access to & utilisation of basic & improved WASH services by creating safe & adequate water supplies, improving sanitation & hygiene services as well as capacity development for the communities, schools & health facilities. #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange

In Uganda, we have greatly increased access to clean, safe water & environment through construction of water & sanitation facilities. #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange

Our WASH projects in Kenya aim to bring water close to the homes & health institutions & ease the burden on girls & women. #WorldWaterDay2020 #ClimateChange


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