In Zimbabwe, 60% of Water Sources Are Unsafe - UNICEF
At least 60% of water sources in the country are unsafe, leaving many families at risk of diarrhoea, UNICEF has said. In its latest update on the humanitarian situation in Zimbabwe, the United Nations agency said over 1.9 million people were in urgent need of safe drinking water, sanitation and good hygiene. Zimbabwe is facing water shortages, in large part due to climate change and extreme drought in recent years.
60% Water Sources Unsafe - UNICEF
New Zimbabwe, 12 February 2020
At least 60% of water sources in the country are unsafe, leaving most families at risk of diarrhoeal disease outbreaks, UNICEF has said. Read more »
Tap water (file photo).
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