33% of school going children’s overall don’t approach clean drinking water, UNESCO


One in three school-aged children worldwide, according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), lack access to clean drinking water, which has an impact on their health and capacity to learn. According to a recent UNESCO report, one-third of all enrolled schoolchildren worldwide lack access to clean drinking water. The research claims that 50% of schools lack facilities for hand-washing with water and soap and that one in three schools worldwide lack even the most basic toilet and drainage facilities.

Children protection

Children must be protected from cholera and respiratory illnesses, according to the experts who wrote the report, by having access to safe drinking water and places to wash their hands. He claimed that schools without access to clean

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