The water resources in the world are running out indifferently. Speaking at the UN’s high-level meeting on “2030 Agenda Goals and the Implementation of Water-Related Goals,” UN Deputy Secretary General Amina Mohammed said, “To achieve universal access to water and sanitation, the current rate of progress needs to be 4 times higher.”
Mohammed warned that the threats of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution around the world will increase water scarcity, with one in four children under the age of 18 having extremely high water stress, corresponding to nearly 600 million in the world by 2040. He emphasized that he will live in the regions.
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A new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) in combating outbreaks of disease noted that remind you that that is important to a great extent how much water and sanitation Muhammad, still in rural areas and less developed countries of the 3 billion people that lack the basic hand washing facilities, he said .
Mohammed called on countries to invest in sustainable development goals for access to water and sanitation within the framework of pandemic plans, take action on climate change, and involve women in the decision-making process.