Imagine waking up in the morning and not having water to brush your teeth, bathe or drink. Compound this problem with having to find a suitable private place behind a bush or in the street to ease yourself because you dont have a toilet in your house. If you start your day in this way, it wont take long before you fall in with diarrhoea and need medical attention. This is how almost 50% of Mozambiques population live….Therefore, given the importance of water and sanitation to our survival, it is essential that we create more awareness of what works, what doesnt work and what is happening in the Mozambique water sector. UNICEF is a lead implementing and coordinating agency in the water and sanitation sector in Mozambique. Join us on this blog to discuss how you can learn and be involved in the water world of Mozambique.
This blog is curated by Samuel Godfrey.