United Nations Fund Water

Posted by on August 1, 2013 in News |

ES simply criminal. Only in the stingy and stupid selfishness of a few, you can find the unreasonableness of such behavior.This planet needs water to live, needs both really rather than call it planet Earth, it would be much more indicated call it planet water. And only one species from the million who inhabit it seems to not have it misunderstood. The human being. We hope to have reached the limit, make us reflect and change our attitude of contempt for the sake most precious of all that nature has given us. The water.

In addition, known at present, according to figures from the United Nations (UN), there a crisis generated by the scarcity of water, its terrible administration and the large number of disadvantages with respect to its sanitation worldwide, which generates a great concern. It is estimated that more than one billion people not have necessary quantities of drinking water to meet daily tasks, while that other 2 thousand 600 billion lack sanitation, so studies reflect of the World of Health Organization (who) and the United Nations Fund for children (Unicef). As indicated in the message from Mrs Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of the world water day is worrying, we find the following paragraph.More than 2,500 millions of human beings today lack adequate health care systems. It is estimated that 884 million people, most of them African, have no access to drinking water. Some 1.5 million children under five years of age die annually from waterborne diseases. Ricardo Natalichio director of environment and society says that the causes that there is such an amount of people without access to safe drinking water are diverse, in each region are different. But many have points in common.Rivers, streams, lakes and phreatic waters pure and perfectly drinkable, are being contaminated for decades by the lack of environmental commitment most large companies and complicit Governments.The use of water especially in regions of the third world, by subsidiaries of multinational corporations of the first world and the local companies themselves, in general is and has been disastrous. And the fault is not only of the pig, but also who gives him food.

The Governments of these countries have been lax, unconscious, corrupt, ignorant and entregadores; among many other virtues.Humanity today can send ships to the space, can decode DNA, managing the atom, fill heaven of satellites, the land of automobiles and the atmosphere of CO2. But it cannot provide more than one-third of the population of the most basic health service. Neither prevent that 1.5 million children die each year just by not having safe drinking water. Take into account that one third of the world’s population lives in countries suffering from lack of water. News.BBC.co.UK points us out, that by 2025, expected that this figure will increase to two-thirds. But the amount of water in the world is enough for all, to meet the basic needs of all. The United Nations Organization United points out that every person needs a minimum of 50 litres a day for drinking, bathing, cooking and other purposes. In 1990, more than 1 billion people did not have that minimum. Provide universal access to that minimum of 50 litres by 2015, it would be less than 1% of the amount of water that is used today in the world. However, it seems a distant reach goal.

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