Pure water is a human right
In 2010, the UN stated that it is a human right to have access to clean water. Worldwide, 663 million people still had no access to clean water in 2015. This means that one out of nine people lack access to clean and safe drinking water.
For us, clean and safe drinking water is something we take for granted, and joints have access to when we turn on the tap.
In the world’s poorest countries, drinking water, on the other hand, is something that often requires long walking transportation and it is often a dangerous process and at the same time very low-quality water.
1040 inhabitants now have clean and safe drinking water
Gallery from the building up and opening ceremony:
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