Hundreds of millions of people lack clean water sources in poor countries

Hundreds of millions of people lack clean water sources in poor countries

The World Health Organization has mentioned many facts related to the availability of clean water to hundreds of millions of people around the world and the serious health effects of drinking contaminated water for adults and children and the lack of clean water sources.

89% of the world’s population, approximately 6.5 billion people, use at least a basic water service, which is a service that provides an improved source of drinking water during the 30-minute round trip to get water by people, whether children, women or adults.

844 million people lack access to basic drinking water services, including 159 million people who depend on surface water. Globally, at least 2 billion people use a source of drinking water contaminated with faeces.

Contaminated water can transmit diseases such as diarrhoea, cholera, dysentery, typhoid and polio. It is estimated that contaminated drinking water causes half a million diarrheal deaths each year.

The World Health Organization has stated that by 2025, half of the world’s population will live in areas with water shortages.

As part of the efforts made to help the weak around the world to obtain a clean source of drinking water, many trusted organizations and companies are implementing water irrigation projects in those countries, for example, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, in addition to many African countries where surface wells and wells are drilled Artesianism, especially in remote areas deprived of basic services for a decent life

Debaj International Company is one of the first and licensed companies in Jordan and the Arab world in the implementation of water irrigation projects, which has won the confidence of thousands of dealers who extend a helping hand to participate in the implementation of water irrigation projects by drilling a surface water well or drilling an artesian water well in the countries of Asia and Africa To help the weak to deliver clean water to them.


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