More than 13 hours without water is not uncommon in a famished region of the world; not in fully furnished, contemporary apartments in Manchester however. Fairly shambolic that residents pay as much as they do in comparison to half a mile in Rusholme, and are still subjected to such minuscule of problems.
Being quite interested in the world’s water supply and the conundrum that is to solve the water scarcity that exists in the world, I’ve compiled a few facts for you to read:
– 884 million people lack access to safe water supplies; approximately one in
-Every 20 seconds, a child dies from a water-related disease.
-Constructing a sanitary toilet only costs $30.
It is the biggest cause of infection, and more students each year are unable to access a clean supply of water, leading to higher drop-out rates in schools and to the break-up of families and communities. So before people speak out of the necessity of mobile phones, social media and many other relatively minute devices, H2O still is, and will always be, the most precious gadget in the world.