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Safe Drinking Water: A Basic Human Right
The lack of safe drinking water is a major public health issue, particularly in developing countries where around 80% of diseases are water borne. According to a WHO/UNICEF report, around 663 million people are without access to safe drinking
Preventing Waterborne Diseases, Bacteria, Viruses and Cysts
Waterborne disease is easily transmitted when contaminated water is used for any of the following purposes: drinking, making ice cubes, washing uncooked fruits and vegetables, oral hygiene, brushing teeth, washing dentures or contact lenses.
Common Methods of Water Purification
Common Methods of Water Purification With all the different methods of water purification available : Chlorine, NaDCC Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate, Iodine, Boiling, Filtration / RO / Equipment, Chlorine Dioxide.
Common Waterborne Diseases
Common Waterborne Disease, Bacteria, Viruses and Cysts are Travellers’ Diarrhea, Giardia and Cryptosporidium, Dysentery, Salmonella, Escherichia coli 0157:H7 (E. coli), Typhoid Fever, Cholera, Hepatitus A, Hepatitus E, Campylobacte.