The human right to safe drinking water was first recognized by the UN General Assembly and the Human Rights Council as part of binding international law in 2010. (UN, 2010)
The human right to sanitation was explicitly recognized as a distinct right by the UN General Assembly in 2015. (UN, 2016)
Studies in Africa and Asia show that the poorest 20% of the population spend between 3 to 11% of their household income on water. This calculation does not include the cost of the time women spend on collecting water and managing water and sanitation facilities. (UNDP, 2006).
Indigenous and tribal peoples care for an estimated 22% of the Earth’s surface, and protect nearly 80% of the remaining biodiversity on the planet, while representing only 5% of the world’s population (ILO, 2017).
There is water everywhere in the planet. All we need is fecth it. Even in the deserts there is water
Maasive underground water is found in Africa, this is why the conspiracy to do away with Africans for other to colonize it.
What is needed is simple technologies to get the water for the people. Unplanned development has contaminated many rivers in Africa, yet rural populations do not nee big water reservoirs to provide water for its population. In fact the cities can have its populations reduced by moving to rual areas a}where simple technology can make life better.
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