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    Ethiopia | 76.3 million people do not have access to improved sanitation facilities. | #WhereWeWork | Water.org

    Uganda | 23.3 million people do not have access to improved sanitation facilities. | #WhereWeWork | Water.org

    India | 802 million people do not have improved sanitation facilities. | #WhereWeWork | Water.org

    Haiti | 3.6 million people do not have access to safe water. | #WhereWeWork | Water.org

    Kenya | 17.5 million people in Kenya lack access to safe water. | #WhereWeWork | Water.org

    Students leave school to fetch water in Tigray, Ethiopia--BEFORE there was improved access thanks to Voss Foundation and Water.org!

    9 million people lack access to safe water in Uganda. | #wherewework | Water.org

    Water Facts: Water.org

    A better place to 'go' | Adequate sanitation is improving the lives of people in Bangladesh. | Where We Work | Water.org

    A shorter journey in Ethiopia | Water.org

    New #UNHCR report says global forced displacement at 18-year high - www.unhcr.org/...

    328 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa still use unimproved drinking water sources. (That's more than the entire population of the United States.)

    Can we feed 7 billion people? Reducing food waste and loss sure couldn't hurt - from Sustainable America

    All sizes | Shepherd boy, Ethiopia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Girls in Telasa, Ethiopia, wait their turn at an unprotected water source.

    Should You Send That Email? Here's A Flowchart For Deciding | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

    Girl waiting to draw water, Telasa, Ethiopia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Hunger kills more people than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined.

    In this Indian village, the stench from a lack of sanitation follows its people, and our TakePart LIVE visitors, everywhere. #Toilets4All

    Rethink Homelessness.

    A slum in India. Thousands of children are orphaned and left homeless on the streets. These children have to fend for themselves and relinquish their rights to a pleasant childhood.