Clean Water and Sanitation
Sustainable Development Goal #6

Clean Water and Sanitation

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Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all

More than half of households worldwide have access to clean water in their homes; however, the number of people without adequate sanitation (a safe toilet) is increasing as people move into more crowded cities. Diseases caused by contaminated water kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. By prioritizing clean water, we can improve the health and livelihoods of millions of people.
 
More people have a
mobile phone
than have a
toilet

How to Help

You can provide clean water for someone by donating to one of these trusted projects on GlobalGiving:

Child Protection | Palestine  

Maia Project: Clean Water for Children in Gaza

The student parliament at a middle school in Gaza voted for the one thing they wanted most for their school: They chose clean water. The wat…
Physical Health | Haiti  

Fight Cholera in Haiti and Give Clean Water

Contaminated drinking water kills millions of people each year. We train volunteers to fight water borne disease by testing drinking water a…

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