Water plantations and hygiene are important for our health. Water plants help reduce the risk of waterborne diseases. Sanitation is also very important, as it helps reduce diarrhoeal disease deaths. In this blog post, we will examine how these two concepts can improve our health by lowering the number of people who die from diarrhoea-related illnesses like cholera and typhoid fever.
Improving the quality of drinking water and sanitation services can dramatically improve health, especially in developing countries. Evidence suggests that improving service levels towards safely managed drinking-water or sanitation such as regulated piped water or connections to sewers with wastewater treatment has a positive effect on diarrhoea-related morbidity and mortality rates (Smith et al., 2002).
In addition, it is important for people to have access to safe sources of food. These two interventions are crucial because they help lower the number of deaths from diarrhoeal disease related illnesses like cholera and typhoid fever (WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme Report).
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