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Who is affected by not having access to clean water?

663 million people – 1 in 10 – lack access to safe water; 2.4 billion people – 1 in 3 – lack access to a toilet. Loresk Apparel is dedicated to changing this. Every item you purchase from Loresk Apparel gives 50 days of clean water, to a child in need.

Bangladesh 

BANGLADESH
Capital city: Dhaka
Population of 166 million
27.9 million lack safe water
74.8 million do not have improved sanitation services
Infant mortality rate of 4.5%
31.5% live in poverty

Ethiopia

ETHIOPIA
Capital city: Addis Ababa
Population of 96.6 million
49 million lack clean water
76 million have no sanitation services
Infant mortality rate of 5.5%
40% live in poverty

Ghana

GHANA
Capital city: Accra
Population of 25.7 million
7 million rural lack water
2.5 million urban lack water
22.2 million have no sanitation services
5% infant mortality
28.5% live in poverty

Haiti

HAITI
Capital city: Port-au-Prince
Population of 9.9 million
3.59 million lack safe water
7.3 million have no sanitation services
Infant mortality rate of .35%
80% live in poverty

Honduras

HONDURAS
Capital: Tegucigalpa
Population of 8.5 million
954 thousand lack safe water
1.6 million have no sanitation services
1.8% infant mortality
60% live in poverty

India

INDIA
Capital city: New Delhi
Population of 1.2 billion
103.8 million lack safe water
802 million have no sanitation services
Infant mortality rate of 4.3%
29.8% live in poverty

Indonesia

 INDONESIA
Capital City: Jakarta
Population of 250 million
37 million lack safe water
102 million lack sanitation
Infant mortality rate of 2.5%
43% of population live on less than US$2 per day

Kenya

KENYA
Capital city: Nairobi
Population of 45 million
17.5 million lack safe water
31.7 million have no sanitation services
Infant mortality rate of 4.1%
43.4% live in poverty

Uganda

UGANDA
Capital city: Kampala
Population of 35.9 million
9 million lack safe water
23.3 million have no sanitation services
Infant mortality rate of .3%
24.5% live in poverty

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