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There's a Global Crisis Looming: By 2030, Four Out of 10 People Won’t Have Access to Water

Click here for reuse options! Experts predict that in just 14 years, the world will face a catastrophic water deficit. For millions of people across the world, access to clean water so they can drink, cook and wash, is a daily struggle. In many rural, impoverished communities, fetching water is an arduous task that falls upon women and children. In Africa and Asia, women and children must walk 3.
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