Clean drinking water is not a privilege, it is a BASIC HUMAN RIGHT. It’s time to get busy. Here are some things you can do:
The problem of clean water access is complicated and big. It is a MAJOR public health concern. This means that, even though some of us have clean water, until ALL of us have clean water we are all at risk. Public health measures related to sanitation and clean water freed our country in the early 1900’s from a host of diseases caused by poor sanitation. Over 100 years later, we need to make sure that nobody, anywhere has to suffer – for the good of us all. And because IT’S THE RIGHT THING TO DO.
HAPPY WORLD WATER DAY 2020!