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Good morning to every one . iam pleased with the presance of everyone here onthe crisis of our worlds water problethe world is facing a water crisis is not news to anyone here today. You also know that this is not because the world lacks water. The world water crisis is a crisis of governance - not one of scarcity. While water is indeed getting scarcer in many places, at the global scale, there is enough water to provide 'water security' for all - but only if we change the way we manage and develop it.The water crisis is especially acute in Sub-Saharan Africa, where only about 60 percent of the 680 million people have access to safe water supplies. People in the 50 poorest countries, more than half of which are almost in whole world, must try and meet all their water and sanitation needs on an average of 30 liters or less per day, far less than the 50 liters per day. Incredibly, people in 13 countries must try and live on an average of less than 10 liters per day, a truly desperate situation. Poverty and shortages of water are inextricably linked for people in this world.People who live on less than 10 liters of water per day can never escape poverty and achieve sustainable development without first addressing the water scarcity they face.Water is crucial to development. While the world population tripled in the 20th century, the use of renewable water resources grew sixfold, mostly due to increased use in agriculture. We have seen that no single type of intervention has greater overall impact upon economic development and public health than the provision of safe drinking water and proper sanitation. In the area of health alone, improved water and sanitation can reduce morbidity and mortality rates caused by some of the most serious water-related diseases by up to 80 percent, I gladly accept that it is our duty to save water to overcome this crisesNo Water No Future. It is therefore important to bring the importance of water issues into sharp focus for the world's leaders, and to recommend a small number of high-priority actions. I am pleased to see that we focused on water for productive use. The targets are:to halve the proportion of people who are unable to reach or to afford safe drinking water resources by 2025to halve the proportion of people who are unable to reach or to afford sanitation by 2025to increase water productivity in rainfed and irrigated agriculture to ensure food security for all without diverting more water to irrigated agriculture than in 2014

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