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Later this month, Shana Nunez, Tara Odell, Scarlett James, and Angelica Gonzalez, in partnership with For One Another and Hope Abides, will travel to India to distribute water filters and check on our ongoing projects. We’re so excited to provide this update, written by Shana, on their fundraising efforts over the past few months, and will be posting more […]

The Water Crisis

 

Billions of people across the world today live without a safe toilet and millions live without safe drinking water.  People are left with no choice but to walk miles for unclean water or defecate in open, unsafe places.  These conditions lead to preventable yet fatal illnesses. The effects are tenfold.  Without water, sanitation and hygiene, sustainable development is impossible.

 

The Facts:

  • More than 3.4 million people die each year from a waterborne illness.
  • 780 million people lack access to clean water (approximately 1 in 9 people). That is over 2.5x the United States population.
  • Almost 2,000 children die from preventable water related diseases each day.
  • Almost 2 in 5 people in the world do not have access to a private, clean toilet.

Sources: water.org; endwaterpoverty.org, unicef.org

 

For One Another believes that access to clean and safe water is a basic and fundamental right of every human being, and should not be a luxury enjoyed by some.

 

The Water Crisis

 

Billions of people across the world today live without a safe toilet and millions live without safe drinking water.  People are left with no choice but to walk miles for unclean water or defecate in open, unsafe places.  These conditions lead to preventable yet fatal illnesses. The effects are tenfold.  Without water, sanitation and hygiene, sustainable development is impossible.

 

The Facts:

  • More than 3.4 million people die each year from a waterborne illness.
  • 780 million people lack access to clean water (approximately 1 in 9 people). That is over 2.5x the United States population.
  • Almost 2,000 children die from preventable water related diseases each day.
  • Almost 2 in 5 people in the world do not have access to a private, clean toilet.

Sources: water.org; endwaterpoverty.org, unicef.org

 

For One Another believes that access to clean and safe water is a basic and fundamental right of every human being, and should not be a luxury enjoyed by some.