By: EthicsDaily Staff An estimated 600 million children - that's one in four - will struggle to access potable water by 2040 if current trends continue, a UNICEF report says. Thirty-six nations currently struggle with sufficient access to clean water.
By: Chris Hall Everyone should have access to clean water no matter where they live. To that end, BMS World Mission helped two impoverished communities - one in Uganda, the other in Peru - access clean water.
By: Lena Plunk While many don't even think twice when turning on the faucet, 663 million people throughout the world lack access to clean water. Here's what the national Woman's Missionary Union is doing about it.
By: Bill Ross Efforts by First Baptist of Marietta, Georgia, led to the creation of Pure Water Initiative Inc., a nonprofit that has so far provided drinking water to nearly 200,000 people in India, Indonesia and other nations.
By: Debra Wint Many wells in Ghana's frontier region were installed by outsiders and have broken down. Villagers can't repair them. Texas Baptist Men Water Ministry works with villagers to teach them how to repair these wells.
By: David Harding The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship is actively engaged to stop wasted opportunities to let water flow to the drinking water needs of the most vulnerable people, about 60 million, in Ethiopia and Kenya.