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2. In what hemisphere and in what continent is your country located? What is the latitude and longitude of your capital city?
Ans. India is located in Asia in the northern hemisphere. New Delhi is the capital of India and is located in 28.6100° N, 77.2300° E.
3a. What percentage (%) of your country’s population has access to safe drinking water?
Ans. An estimated of 70-89% of people in India have access to safe drinking water.
3b. How does your country compare to Australia?
Ans. Australia have 30- 11% of more people with safe drinking water compared to India.
4. Find out your country’s water use per person per day. How does this compare to Australia?
Ans. An average person living in India can use up to 1603 litres of water per day. In Australia an average person can use up to 493
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India produces: 1. Rice
2. Wheat
3. Beef
4. Mangoes
5. Banana
6. Cotton

7d. Choose two of these products and research how much virtual water is used to produce them.
Ans. Amount of virtual water used in producing is: Cotton: 22,500 litres of water/kg Beef: 155 litres of water/kg
7e. What is your country’s water footprint?
Ans. India’s water footprint is 980 cubic meters/person.

8. Research any problems your country has regarding water.
Ans. Once upon a time there was a girl. She was very poor and she lived in New Delhi, India. She had a small house which was very crowded and it didn’t have clean water. Right after the main door of her house was a drain and in the drain were small insects.
One day she forgot to put a cap on the big bucket which was filled with water. The next there were small black dot floating in the water. She took it to the bathroom and took a bath with that water and after that she got very sick.
After 3 days, when she went to the doctor her family found out that she has malaria. Sadly her family didn’t had money to treat her and after 1 month that girl died. More than 38 million people die of waterborne disease and amongst that 75% are
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