Access to water is an essential human need therefore; it is a basic human right. An adequate amount of safe water is necessary to prevent death from dehydration, and it is also used for personal hygienic requirements, and to simply keep sanitized. For most people across the world, this is very effortless and common; however for some of the unfortunates, access to water is a very difficult task for them. The water crisis is possibly the most severe human threat of our time, and the first and most devastating face of pollution and contaminated water. Everyday innocent people are dying from diseases that can easily be prevented by access to water. Water is essential to life and a human right hence, why no one should be able to control it or claim it for profit.
Water is probably the most important resource on Earth and in a human's life. Humans need water to grow, keep healthy, and hydrated enough to stay alive. In fact, a human being could only live for a few days without drinking water. Humans also need water to grow plants and care for animals, cook their food, wash their bodies, brush their teeth, and wash their clothes. However for people in rural areas, finding clean and protected water is not as easy as it is for people in urban areas. Many people in the rural areas accumulate their water from unprotected wells, or surface water sources, which are usually a great distance from their homes. This is very unfair to those people who live in rural areas, because they should be able to have the same amount of access to water, as people who live in the urban areas.
The problem is that people have a mindset that, the existence of water is simply for them to use so freely, and they do not realize that it needs to be safeguarded if it is to survive. Companies and factories, waste treatment plants that discharges chemicals and fluids into the water supplies, and in most parts of the world, the surface and groundwater are contaminated and very dangerous for...
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