India has the highest percentage of people in the world without access to safe water
People Suffer in India alone
As of 2020, more than 163 million people in India do not have access to clean water, the highest in the world. It also faces several challenges on water resources due to climate change
India alone amounts to around 20% of population that doesn’t have access to clean water
Source: According to Wild Water, State of the World’s Water 2017
Source: WRI Aqueduct; UNICEF; Water AID, Forbes India, Census 2011
Source: Ministry of Drinking Water & sanitation(MDWS)
Source: According to a May 2017 factsheet by the World Health Organisation(WHO).
Dysentery is most often caused by shigella bacteria or an amoeba. Dysentery is often spread through contaminated food or water
Infection is passed on through contaminated food and drinking water caused by the bacteria
caused by eating food or drinking water contaminated with a bacterium called Vibrio Cholerae
Unfiltered water containing guinea worm larvae can lead to infection
Some bacteria are harmless, but others can be pathogenic and cause diseases when consumed or come in contact with humans. Consuming water contaminated with harmful bacteria can lead to conditions like diarrhea, nausea, cramps, and sometimes even more severe diseases.
They are not biodegradable and can persist in the environment for a long time. There are concerns about their potential to accumulate in the body and the toxins they carry.
Consuming biologically contaminated water can lead to a wide range of health issues, from mild symptoms like diarrhea and vomiting to more severe diseases like cholera or typhoid fever.
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