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 Un Chief Urges Water Action 

Date of Publish - Tuesday, 20th March 2018

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres has stressed the importance of water management, echoing a global water crisis report presented to him by a high-level panel.

"Two billion people in the world have no access to safe water and 4.5 billion to proper sanitation, which means that we are facing an enormous challenge," Xinhua quoted Guterres as saying on Wednesday.

"I will ask the whole of the UN system and also all member states to take it very seriously and to make sure that your proposals and your recommendations are effectively implemented," Guterres told members of the panel, which included 11 leaders of state and a special advisor.

"Climate change is running faster than we are and the implications of that from the point of view of the water systems is huge.

"If one looks at natural disasters, the natural disasters that have water included in them are multiplying and becoming more and more dangerous everywhere, which means water is indeed a matter of life and death and it must be a natural priority in everything we do," he said.

More than a third of the world's population are affected by water scarcity, said the report "Making Every Drop Count: An Agenda for Water Action".

It called for a fundamental shift in the way the world manages water so that the Sustainable Development Goals for the period 2015-30 can be achieved.

Author :
Madakasira Rajesh


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