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2021 and Beyond
Water, the Source of All Life

Will there be enough?
Drinkable water is becoming scarce.


Water Shortages

Two billion people now live in nations plagued by water problems, and almost two-thirds of the world could face water shortages in just four years, Tim McCourt, global head of equity index and alternative investment products at CME, explained.



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Can you imagine the suffering to die of thirst, having no water? raindrops, the life of water

Currently, all news are Covid and Vaccine, how many are infected and number of deaths.
There are, however, more grave and pressing news today and for the next years and beyond, which are lost in all the chaos.
According to “John Holmes, the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, “Losing 25,000 to Hunger Every Day”,
is a sad statement about humanity and our own behavior.”
Another fact:
“Without urgent action, 56 million children under five will die from now until 2030 – half of them newborns,” said Laurence Chandy,
UNICEF Director of Data, Research and Policy.”
Your reality and lifestyle:
You open the faucet and have water.
You open the refrigerator and have food and water.
Now, next time you take a glass of water (possibly 8 a day) and have three to five meals and snacks that day, imagine a picture of little children under 5 years of age, in dirty clothes, no shoes, living in a tent or makeshift structure, and the last drops of water and a handful of rice was several days ago. Would you give them some water if they were at your front door?
Think about these numbers.
educating children value of water