Drinking water or potable water is water of sufficiently high quality that can be consumed or used without risk of immediate or long term harm. In most developed countries, the water supplied to households, commerce and industry is all of drinking water standard, even though only a very small proportion is actually consumed or used in food preparation.
Over large parts of the world, humans have inadequate access to potable water and use sources contaminated with disease vectors, pathogens or unacceptable levels of dissolved chemicals or suspended solids. Such water is not potable and drinking or using such water in food preparation leads to widespread acute and chronic illnesses and is a major cause of death in many countries. Reduction of waterborne diseases is a major public health goal in developing countries.
Typically, water supply networks deliver potable water, whether it is to be used for drinking, washing or landscape irrigation.
We as two nations together need to asses, monitor, and solve the water lack problem using all dimension especially the social one, which most important and critical.
1. Increasing the consumption of drinking water with the increased of population growth.
2. Excessive use of drinking water sources in the purposes of welfare like swimming pools, landscaping, and Fountains.
3. Relocating sources of drinking water for the purposes of industry and agriculture under the great development of the region.
4. Using drinking water for infrastructure and large buildings purposes.
1. Regulating the use of drinking water.
2. Rising up water environmental awareness for citizens throughout training courses and seminars.
3. Reuse industrial waste water.
The establishment of lobby groups to pressure on the decision-makers for establishment of waste water treatment plants.
Categorization of Training sessions:
1. Training sessions begin on the targeted group of 200 participants, in order to be trainers in the field of sustainable water resources safety by the specialized staff.
2. Participants will be divided into two groups; group “A” will participate in training the owners of factories that using drinking water in their industry.
3. The other group “B” will participate in training sessions for community to ordinary citizens.
1. Targeted groups have “saving drinking water” culture.
2. The presence of lobby groups to pressure on decision makers to build wastewater treatment plants.
3. Completing training of beneficiaries in a sustainable manner.
4. Staff will be trained to be able to transform the experience with the rest of the targeted countries.