Currently about two-thirds of the world is facing issues due to both water shortages and contamination. Countries such as Sudan, Venezuela and Zimbabwe only have access to dirty water, affecting the millions of people who live there. Water shortages plague many developing countries, especially those located in Saharan Africa or the Middle East. Only about 1% of the water on Earth’s surface is drinkable, but the efforts made by many, including Saudi Arabia and Israel, to desalinate the water from nearby seas will allow the supply of clean water to increase
The Asia-Pacific region, particularly developing countries, faces problems with water. One out of every five people do not have access to clean water, and half of the population of the region — 1.6 billion people — do not have competent sanitation services.
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