Tuesday 21 August 2018
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Developing alternative water sources

According to a joint study carried out UNICEF and WHO published twoyearsago as many as 26 million Bangladeshi people do not have access to safe drinking water. The UN General Assembly has declared water to be a basic human right yet the unfortunate fact is that many Bangladeshis are suffering from lack of safe drinking [ ] The post Developing alternative water sources appeared first on The Bangladesh Today.

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