Confronting one of the world’s number one killers – Afrik-news.com

Droughts and floods affect more people than all other natural disasters combined, and unsafe water causes more deaths than wars, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). More than 1.7 million lives are lost each year from the consequences of living without potable water and having no place to dispose of waste. The youngest are most vulnerable: Ninety percent of those who have perished never saw their 5th birthday, according to the WHO. Read more at the link:  Confronting one of the world’s number one killers – Afrik-news.com : Africa news, Maghreb news – The african daily newspaper.”

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