Efficiently utilize freshwater sources for future consumption

Today’s world is facing the problem of losing water sources through droughts which are consequences of climate change. An increasing number of global population and improvement in the socioeconomic life of the people affects using a larger volume of water.
Some countries are weak in managing the use of freshwater due to lesser awareness of the people who face a waste of freshwater. As such, these countries gradually encounter a lessening of water sources. Consequently, burdens on shortages of freshwater fall on the people from these countries. To be able to avoid these incidents, all global people need to take care of the efficient use of freshwater.
In Myanmar, some areas face difficulty in drinking water in summer. So, they have to store rainwater for consumption. People from some areas collect the rainwater in monsoon for consumption the whole year. Hence, authorities of regions and states should implement water supply projects on their own plans. The entire people are to strive for ensuring water sufficiency as well as efficient use of agricultural water.
Myanmar possesses 16 per cent of water sources of total sources from Southeast Asian countries and 12 per cent in the Asian region. But, increasing population, urban development, and environmental degradation of the country cause a larger deficiency of freshwater. As such, local authorities at different levels need to address the problems of freshwater deficiency in their respective regions.
Global countries including Myanmar are seeking ways and means to supply fresh water. But, millions of global peoples are still missing chances to consume clean and healthy water. So, relevant countries need to search for new water sources for the people and raise awareness of the people to efficiently use fresh water.
The World Health Organization-Who predicted that about half of global peoples are likely to suffer from diseases-based water as well as waterborne diseases in 2025 and that various regions of developing countries would face shortages of freshwater in 2030. It is a sound of the bell rung by the WHO for all global peoples not to neglect the issue of climate change and global warming which trigger the shortages of freshwater.
As Myanmar is primarily engaged in agriculture and livestock farming businesses, all citizens need to take care of minimizing waste from freshwater and water sources. Only when public awareness should be raised for the people to comprehensively know the important role of freshwater will they all efficiently consume valuable freshwater from now onward.

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