Written by Safira Tafani Cholisi, Content Writer Intern Project Child Indonesia Although we consume and use it every day, sometimes it is easy to forget the importance of water in our life. Water is not only a resource to keep us hydrated or to clean our bodies as well as household necessities, but it also […]
Written by Graciella Stephanie Ganadhi, Content Writer Project Child Indonesia Water and sanitation have been a significant issue for Indonesians, especially for those who are living in remote areas. Most of the time, the quality of water is not safe enough for humans to drink. Survey shows that 67.1% out of 940 households have e. […]
The necessity for good quality water means not just any readily available water but that which can be used to fulfill daily needs, such as drinking, bathing, washing clothes, washing dishes, and gardening.
Der Mensch braucht Wasser, um zu überleben, Hygiene, um gesund zu sein, und sanitäre Einrichtungen, um in einer sicheren Umgebung leben zu können.
Billions of people are still living without safe water, struggling to survive. Marginalized groups are often overlooked and heavily affected by discrimination as they try to access the safe water they need. World Water Day 2019 tackles the reasons why people are left behind.
Safe drinking water is essential to human wellbeing and is a basic human right. The water availability in Indonesia is naturally sufficient due to its heavy rainfall, it is one of the countries with the highest water availability in the whole world.
The basic principles of WASH, along with busy lifestyles can mean that people become immune to remembering the importance of what, when and why of WASH. Humans need water to survive, hygiene to be healthy, and sanitation to live in safe environments.