Climate change disproportionally affects world’s most poor
Almost 30% of people live in water-stressed areas
Daily women spend 200 million hours fetching water
Nearly half the world’s population lacks safe sanitation
30% of women globally experience physical or sexual violence
Every woman and girl should be able to claim her human rights to water and sanitation, resulting in gender equality and sustainable solutions.
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