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Blog Action Day shares five facts about water we might not know:
- Unsafe drinking water and lack of sanitation kills more people every year than all forms of violence, including war.
- More people have access to a cell phone than to a toilet.
- Every day, women and children in Africa walk a combined total of 109 million hours to get water.
- It takes 6.3 gallons [24 litres] of water to produce just one hamburger.
- The average American uses 159 gallons [602 litres] of water every day – more than 15 times the average person in the developing world.