Water, as we all know, is our most precious resource. Without water and the ability to purify it all things perish. In the united states we are fortunate in the way that we do have access to purified water and multiple ways to make our water safe for consumption, bathing, cooking and a host of other daily uses. Many parts of the world are not as fortunate.

“The United Nations, which launched World Water Day in 1993, has designated safe access to water for all by 2030 as one of its Sustainable Development Goals.

This year, the theme is “leaving no one behind.” The body hopes to raise awareness of and address the fact that marginalized individuals can have the most trouble finding safe water. That includes children, women, refugees, indigenous peoples, and disabled people, according to the UN. Those who have precarious living conditions, can also suffer.”

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