Water is Lifegiving

Water is Lifegiving
The first question ask when we are out in the space is, are there any Water? and if not, then we can't use it. Up to now we haven't found any Planet with our Beautiful Blue surface, and that variety of Life.
One could ask, looking at the fact that we haven't found any Planet yet with Water, why not Take even more care of the Planet Earth we are Living on right Now.
We have the Change, with all that knowledge we have to day, it will be a piece of cake to give clean water to Everyone all over the World.
Throughout North America, the average person uses over 100 gallons of water daily. Considering that people in developing countries use less than 3 gallons on any given day, a major water disparity is evident.
For individuals in impoverished countries, there is little hope. Sadly, parents can only stand back and watch as their children become sick, weak, and often die. For these communities, even the most basic needs are extremely difficult to meet. Of all the challenges they face, one of the greatest is the lack of water deemed safe enough to drink. In today’s world, there is simply no reason for humans to suffer. Clean water changes everything.
Access to clean water
Access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene can transform lives. Globally, 663 million people live without easy access to clean water and 2.4 billion people lack access to improved sanitation facilities.
Many of these people have to walk long distances to and from their homes to access clean water, which can impact girls’ education and increase women’s time burden, as women are the primary collectors of water. It is estimated that 3.36 million children (the majority of whom are girls) and 13.54 million adult females were responsible for water collection in households with collection times greater than 30 minutes.
The water they work so hard to collect is often contaminated and without the knowledge and skills for proper water purification and storage, can lead to their families getting sick with waterborne diseases such as cholera, typhoid, and dysentery.
PCI understands the importance of clean water and has spent years integrating water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions within its programs across countries. Most of our WASH work focuses on access to clean water and sanitation facilities, behavior change communication around proper WASH practices, and advocacy for improved drinking water sources and sanitation facilities.
Source: PCI (Project Concern International)