Take an interactive look at the statistics behind the water, sanitation and hygiene crisis.
650 million people live without safe water.
2.3 billion people don't have access to adequate sanitation, one in three of the world's population.
Around 315,000 children under-five die every year from diarrhoeal diseases caused by dirty water and poor sanitation. That's 900 children per day.
To end poverty, we believe everyone, everywhere must have clean water and toilets. Together we can make it happen by 2030.
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42% of healthcare facilities in Africa do not have access to safe water.
Across the countries where we work, people have to walk an average of 30 minutes to collect water and return home. In some cases it can be a lot longer.
(WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) Progress on sanitation and drinking water, 2012 update)
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You can explore how much has been done to solve the water crisis – and how much there is left to do – in this interactive infographic.