For the 1.1 billion people in the developing world who lack access to safe water supplies, water is a very precious commodity. Pure water is needed for drinking, irrigation for gardens, hygiene, food preparation and many other aspects of daily life.
Where there is no water, there is no garden. No garden, ,no food, No food, .no life, No life no hope….. Asephie Pierre
However, the urban slum-dwellers often must pay up to 10 times more per liter of water than others in the same city, and have limited access to sanitation facilities. In the rural areas, the only available water from rivers is often contaminated. Rural farmers and nomadic shepherds who are dependent on rainfall for their families, crops and herds, have struggled in recurring drought conditions, and must walk perhaps several hours a day to haul water from yet another dirty source..
AS A RESULT
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