The World Bank has released a report which shows the negative effects of limited and erratic water availability and what can be done to address the issue in a sustainable way, writes Laura Tuck
Indians cool themselves in water leaking from a pipe on the outskirts of Jammu, India. Picture: AP
INDIA is currently facing its worst water crisis in years, with an estimated 330 million people — one-quarter of its population — affected by severe drought.
Ethiopia is also dealing with its worst drought in decades, which has already contributed to the failure of many crops, creating food shortages that now affect around a tenth of the population. Und
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