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Water in the Muslim World

August 2nd, 2014 | by MuslimScience
Water in the Muslim World
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Welcome to Muslim-Science.Com’s Special Issue on Water Challenges in the Islamic World.

“Water: a source of life, production and destruction. Water is a source of life, livelihoods and prosperity. It is an input to almost all production, in agriculture, industry, energy, transport, by healthy people in healthy ecosystems. But water can also be a cause of death, devastation and poverty, catastrophically through drought, flood, landslides and epidemic, as well as progressively through erosion, saline intrusion, inundation, desertification, contamination and disease.”

This time around, Muslim-Science.com takes you on board, an exciting journey on water around the Muslim world. Our stimulating infographic amalgamates 8 major categories revolving around water issues and development, and packages them in a thrilling infographic, guaranteed to make your read as exciting as it gets:

water infographic2

Please click on the infographic for a larger view.

 

 

Sources:

1. SESRIC

2. OIC water vision

3. Arab water council

4. Waterfootprint.org

5. UNESCO

6. World Bank

7. WWF

8. Plan International report on global expenditure review

9. WHO

10. AFED

11. Global Water Intelligence

12. International water law project blog

13. USAID

14. ICBA

15. IDA

16. The World Water Council reports

17. UNICEF

18. Brookings report

19. UNEP

20. Grid Arendal water graphics

OIC water infographic

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