On July 28th of this year, a 192-member assembly of the UN has declared that access to clean drinking water and sanitation are human rights that are essential to the enjoyment of life. There is no legislature that I could find that is currently in the works, however the Assembly has called on United Nations Member States and international organizations to offer financial aid, technological expertise, and any other possible resources to help poorer nations develop and distribute safe water and manage sanitation. A long overdue statement, and one that requires some follow-up by the UN. There should be some legislation passed, a regulatory body to oversee projects, and incentive-based funding for aid organizations to promote safe water development.
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