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Access to Fresh Water
Transcript of Access to Fresh Water
Water is needed for washing, drinking, cooking, growing crops and for livestock. Here is a map of how many people can access fresh water around the world. Lack of access to fresh water can be caused by:
or no nearby rivers or streams. An organisation that help with this inequality is Practical Action. Other than water, Practical Action also helps with:
food and agriculture
new technology Practical Action is headquartered in the United Kingdom. Practical Action has made a better place for poor people in developing countries. At first, Practical Action was known as the Intermediate Technology Development Group . It was created by Fritz Schumacher, George McRobie, Alfred Latham-Koenig and Professor Mansur Hoda in 1966. The group changed their name to Practical Action in 2005. Practical Action is funded by individuals, trusts, NGO's and governments. http://practicalaction.org/home