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UN STATEMENT

Water is at the core of sustainable development and is critical for socio-economic development, energy and food production, healthy eco-systems and for human survival itself.

UN STATEMENT

Water is at the core of sustainable development and is critical for socio-economic development, energy and food production, healthy eco-systems and for human survival itself.

irrigation water
food production
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healthy eco-system
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human survival
PROBLEM

Water Accessibility

PROBLEM

Water Accessibility

2.2 billion
2.2 billion

Billion

People in the World don’t have access to clean and potable water.

260 billion
260 billion

Billion

USD is lost globally each year due to lack of basic water and sanitation.

55 percent
55 percent

Expected increase in worldwide water demand by 2050.

20 percent
20 percent

Agriculture alone in African countries have developed less than 20% of its potential, due to lack of water supply.

Water Scarcity Clock
The aim of the Water Scarcity Clock is to raise global awareness about the reality of water as a finite resource and provide decision-makers with granular and actionable information to inform action towards global achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goal. 6.
Water Scarcity Clock
The aim of the Water Scarcity Clock is to raise global awareness about the reality of water as a finite resource and provide decision-makers with granular and actionable information to inform action towards global achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goal. 6.

SDG 6

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”Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all”
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