Dinesh D Mevada
CLEAN WATER CRISIS & ITS DEMAND Water is the one of the most requirement for all humans, animals lives on this earth. Life is not possible without water. Pure drinking water is one of the prime requirement also. The major portion on earth is covered with water, but it is saline water and not directly usable for drinking and other routine purpose. According to WHO/UNICEF 2019 2.2 billion people lack access to safely managed drinking water services. Around 2 billion people in the world live in the countries experiencing with high water crisis (UN 2019). 297,000 children under five die every year from diarrhoea diseases due to poor sanitation, poor hygiene, or unsafe drinking water. (WHO/UNICEF 2019). Majority of disease on human body occurs due to unhealthy water. Many regions in African country suffers from clean drinking water. Also Agriculture accounts for 70 per cent of global water withdrawal (FAO). In India by the end of 2030 45% people suffers from pure drinking water and it may affect on Indian GDP (WHO 2018). From this data of global water crisis it is necessary to increase the resources which can convert the impure water into pure form and fulfill the clean water demand.
Published Date: 2021-09-21;