World Water Day is a day for people to become aware of the fact that millions of people do not have access to clean, safe water. Some places don't have enough money to make a source of water that is reliable. Others just live in dry places that don't have water. These are known as economic scarcity and physical scarcity, respectively. Many people will drink water that is dirty or contaminated because they don't have access to clean water. This results in many people getting diarrhea, which makes them lose more water than they took in.

Unfortunately, about 783 million people do not have access to clean drinking water. The continent with the most people who live with water scarcity is Africa with about 358 million people. Every year, about 840,000 people will die due to water related diseases. In many countries, people will have to walk miles in order to get to clean water, and then walk miles back to their home carrying the water. Every day, women and children will spend around 140 million hours collecting water for their families.

On World Water Day, it's important for people to do some research on water scarcity around the world, and for people to donate to help people who don't have access to clean water. Informing friends and family members about this issue is also important, as many people will not think of it as an issue because they are not affected. Below are some items that you can use to spread awareness of World Water Day.

World Water Day is a day for people to recognize people who don't have access to clean, safe drinking water. Having clean water is something that many people take for granted, but what they don't realize is that 783 million people do not have any sort of clean water even just to drink. Some cities, even in wealthier countries, go through droughts in which they must preserve the water that they have left. Many people see it as an inconvenience, but for some people, they don't even have any water to preserve.
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