Water Under Fire Volume3

Attacks on water and sanitation services in armed conflict and the impacts on children

A girl on a street in Aleppo, carrying jerrycans of water
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Highlights

In many conflicts around the world, more children die from diseases linked to unsafe water than from direct violence. UNICEF is releasing Water Under Fire volume 3, a report that highlights the issues children face in accessing water in times of war. The report demonstrates the humanitarian impact on children through case studies from Iraq, State of Palestine, Syria, Yemen, and Ukraine. Attacks on water, sanitation services and staff must stop.

A girl on a street in Aleppo, carrying jerrycans of water
Author(s)
UNICEF
Publication date
Languages
English
ISBN
978-92-806-5188-1

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