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Water is one of the world's most abundant resources, yet access to clean, usable water sources are limited and costly. Most people in the developed world, where clean water is seemingly unlimited, aren't aware of the water crisis the world is currently undergoing.

Here are some facts to ponder on:


20%
OF THE WORLD IS COVERED IN WATER
BUT ONLY
0.50%
OF IT IS DRINKABLE

Half of the world's hospital beds are filled with people suffering from a water-related disease.


1 in 30 people
WORLDWIDE DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO CLEAN DRINKING WATER

A five-minute shower uses more water than a person in a developing country uses in a day.


IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, AS MUCH AS
0%
OF ILLNESSES ARE LINKED TO POOR WATER AND SANITATION CONDITIONS


Our Goal

Historically, most of us in the developed world haven't felt the full effects of the global water shortage, yet to assume it to be worlds away from us is to be uneducated and unprepared.

Here at World Water Reserve, our main goal is to provide valuable information in the form of well-researched, well-written articles about the reality of the water crisis so that you can make educated decisions for your future. We network with experts in the field of water crises, sustainability, purification, and rural living so that you can apply that knowledge directly.

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Authors


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Jeremiah Castelo is the owner of World Water Reserve. He is a writer and researcher with a particular interest in sustainability and rural living, water scarcity, and innovative water purification methods. He utilizes his multimedia and communication experience in the NGO and humanitarian fields to bring light to important topics. His passion is to educate others on the reality of the global water crisis and on ways to sustain themselves and their families in the midst of it.

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