Globally, at least 2 billion people use a contaminated drinking water source.
Globally, more than 785 million people do not have access to at least basic water services and more than 885 million people do not have safe water to drink.
According to WHOlives: Over 80% of water-deprived Women are dependent on travelling distances to obtain water. During which time they are most likely to:
Endure multiple bouts of malaria, drop out of school, become a child mother herself, be beaten, injured, and/or raped, suffer animal bites and dangerous infections.
Women are not the only ones who suffer.
Nearly 6,000 children die of water-related diseases each day. It is time to end the water crisis.
Women and children spend 3-6 hours a day walking 3.7 miles to collect water. This time can be spent earning money, taking care of family members and going to school.
No water means people can't get enough to drink, leading to health problems. No water means they aren't able to feed their crops or tend to their farm leading to a lack of food. No water means they aren't able to wash themselves leading to poor hygiene and disease.
No water means no life!
What we are doing to help
We at Humaniti have been working hard to put an end to this. Every human being on the planet deserves access to clean water and basic sanitation, which we take for granted.
Humaniti’s NGO partners are on the ground to give access to those who don't have clean drinking water. We provide support by building wells & water pumps, distributing water tanks, & more.
We at Humaniti feel a responsibility to our brothers and sisters in need of clean safe water. But we need your help. Together, we can work towards a world where everyone has access to clean water, no matter the circumstance. Together, we can help.
Will you help us?