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Water around the world
Although most of our work is UK based, and not all of it is about water, we are passionately interested in global issues about water.
Inspired by Kanu’s comment about he used water in Delhi, we thought who better to talk about water in different countries than the people who actually live there? So, welcome to this page where you can read what people from across the world consider are important issues about water in their own countries or cities.
We look forward to it becoming a page full of lively and thought provoking blogs. If you would like to contribute to this page please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Sibthorp, a Brit who has lived in Sweden for the last 30 years, blogs about the differences in water use between the two countries and provides an overview of water supplies and waste water treatment in Sweden.
Read blog by Tim Sibthorp, Sweden.
The average water consumption in Mali is just 50 litres/person/day in urban areas, and far less in rural areas. This low use is due to a combination of factors, including the fact that most people have dry toilets and over 50% of urban homes are not connected to a piped water supply.
Read blog by Yaoussa Bagayoko, Mali.
Clean drinking water and sanitary toilet facilities are a fundamental necessity. With a soaring population and a growing economy, India’s cities are struggling to supply water to their citizens.
Read blog by Kanu Agrawal, New Delhi, India.