Water, Sanitation, Health and Technological Disruption
Water poverty is defined as a situation where a nation or region cannot afford the cost of sustainable clean water to all people at all times
Safe Drinking water, proper Hygienic and sanitation facilities are crucial for public health. Though, the WHO (2019), claimed that the number of people gaining access to improved sanitation has risen from 54% to 68% but some 2.3 billion people still do not have toilets or improved latrines, while in Pakistan, only 36 percent of the population having access to safely managed drinking water and less than 48% population with access to basic sanitation services (World Bank, 2019). On otherhand, a great chunk of population and particularly industeries are exploiting water resources, creating further pressures on existing rare water resources in Pakistan and other countries.
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