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24 August 2015

2015: People from Bolivia, India, Jordan, Malawi, Myanmar, the Niger and the United States of America hold glasses of water. For millions of people around the globe, water, sanitation and hygiene conditions have improved. Still, in 2015, 663 million people are using unsafe drinking water. As World Water Week 2015 – held from 23 to 28 August – draws attention to the world’s most pressing water-related challenges, join the conversation by telling us what #wateris to you.

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