Without Water

At least 1.8 billion people globally

Without Water

At least 1.8 billion people globally use a source of drinking water that is fecally contaminated and more than 80 per cent of wastewater resulting from human activities is discharged into rivers or sea without any pollution removal.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals establish that universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water shall be granted for all by 2030.
That is an enormous challenge especially in rural and remote regions of developing countries where drinking water supply is inadequate and remarkably scarce.
Schools, children's homes and even hospitals often do not have reliable access to clean water.
Additionally, treating sewage is often expensive and difficult in developing countries.
Therefore the population is dependent on the use of contaminated sources such as lakes, rivers or polluted wells often causing chronic and very severe water-related diseases.
Contaminated water is also a frequent cause of infant death in developing countries. The crucial role of access to clean water in accomplishing the needed socio-economic development goals is widely recognized.
Source: Global Nature Found

Proper hydration is essential

Without Water

Proper hydration is essential to your survival.
Your body needs to consume a significant amount of water each day to function properly.
This is because you constantly excrete water through sweat and urination, so your body needs to replenish the lost fluids.
You won’t live long without consuming a healthy amount of water.
It’s only possible to survive without water for a matter of days.
You may be susceptible to the effects of dehydration even sooner, depending on certain factors.
Source: Healthline