63 million in rural India do not have access to clean water

63 million in rural India do not have access to clean water

A report by the WaterAid says 63 million people living in rural areas in India do not have access to clean water. The report titled ‘Wild Water’, released to mark World Water Day tomorrow, says ensuring water security for the growing population is one of the main challenges in the country.
The report say 663 million people globally are without clean water and the vast majority of them, 522 million, live in rural areas. It forewarns about the implications of extreme weather events and climate change. It also prewarns that Rural communities dependent on farming to make a living will struggle to grow food and feed livestock amid soaring temperatures

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