The Lack Of Clean Water

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783 million people in the world are without access to clean sustainable water. The impact of the lack of clean water can be seen in countries such as Cambodia, Ethiopia, and India. The trash in villages of Cambodia seeps into the standing water and releases toxins in the ground which enters into the water. The lack of clean water has Cambodian children exposed to diseases. While in Ethiopia, an examination shows that fifty one percent of the populations drinking water in the rural area is unimproved. To better understand more about access to clean water, it’s necessary to take a look at India. Twenty one percent of India’s diseases are water-related and when a water system is installed, it adds to the overall development of water. Access to clean, sustainable water is needed for survival; in countries such as Cambodia, Ethiopia, and India, this is difficult.
Cambodia, a country in southeast Asia, is situated on a peninsula on the Gulf of Thailand. It gets most of its water during the rainy season from the monsoons. An examination from the CIA studies of Cambodia reveals that its climate is very tropical with a rainy, monsoon season. This suggests that much of Cambodia’s water is from its heavy monsoons. This is vital because this is where most of the water comes from in Cambodia and needs to be kept clean.
In Cambodia, the water is very unsanitary due to the lack of infrastructure and its sanitation. An examination of the lack of infrastructure from National Encyclopedia
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