Water: Human right or commodity? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CV68_vW46RY Do you

Water: Human right or commodity?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CV68_vW46RY Do you

Water: Human right or commodity? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CV68_vW46RY Do you agree with the United Nations that clean drinking water and access to safe sanitation is a human right? Why or why not?

https://thewaterproject.org/water-scarcity/water_stats The Human Right to Water In 2010 the UN declared access to clean water and sanitation a Human Right. 50-100 liters of water per person per day needed to ensure basic needs.

Water source must be within 1,000 meters from home. Water cost should not exceed 3 percent of house hold income. www.youtube.com/watch?v=VieZ3hqztlE&feature=c4-overview-vl&list= PLtaayxEPf2h4zsZsX6yBdQsaRi9Gr0bGR

. a. Approximately how many people live without clean drinking water? b. Where is the water crisis occurring? c. What is impacted by the water crisis? d. What are some examples of things that women and children miss out on by spending time gathering water?

e. What makes the walk to get water challenging? f. What could happen if someone drinks contaminated water? g. Who is most affected by germs from dirty drinking water? h. What are solutions to the water crisis? Economic water scarcity is caused by a lack of investment in water infrastructure and exists when a population does not have the

necessary monetary means to utilize an adequate source of water. Physical water scarcity is when there is not enough water to meet all demands, such as those required by an ecosystem to function effectively. What is the difference between physical and

economic water scarcity? According to the map, where in the world is physical water scarcity present? According to the map, where in the world is economic water scarcity present? Water Scarcity and Sanitation

in Africa 695 million of a global 2.4 billion people living without improved sanitation facilities live in SubSaharan Africa Water Scarcity in Africa Causes Overuse of water

Pollution of water Climate change Conflict Distance Drought Water Scarcity in

Africa - Health Drinking unsafe water resources contributes to the spread of waterborne diseases, including: -typhoid fever -cholera -dysentery

-diarehea Question: How can improved health increase education opportunities and lead to economic growth? Water Scarcity in Africa Women & Children

Women and children are often responsible for water collection, which can take 3-4 hours a day. Question: How does water retrieval done by women and children impact their education and economic opportunities? Water Scarcity in Africa Social and

Economic Impact social and economic consequences of a lack of clean water impact the following: -education -employment opportunities -physical strength and health -agricultural and industrial development

UN estimates that Sub-Saharan Africa alone loses 40 billion potential work hours per year collecting water.[7] What are two observations you can make about water scarcity in Africa after analyzing both graphs?

Human Rights Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYPJPHlu_n8 (Zimbabwe) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jYr8MFTXrM

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