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In Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe, 2 million people are suffering from a drinking water shortage that began a few weeks ago. The city government lacks the foreign currency to buy water purification chemical additives needed to purify drinking water held in the nearby dam reservoirs. The risk of an epidemic looms. The situation is being made worse because the country is also suffering from drought afflicting water supplies at the great Kariba and Tokwe Mukorsi dams (both built by Salini Impregilo). Water shortage is a global problem, according to the United Nations. Today 2.1 billion people around the world have a hard time getting access to clean drinking water at home, with an enormous impact on quality of life and also in the global economy. If the pressure on the world's water supply remains at current levels, 45% of the world’s GDP could be at risk by 2050.

    
REPORTAGE  09/10/2019
 
ZIMBABWE’S CAPITAL CRIPPLED BY A WATER SHORTAGE
 

A water crisis is affecting two million people in Harere, creating risks of an epidemic

 

    
GLOBAL ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY  09/10/2019
 
HERE ARE THE WORLD’S SAFEST CITIES: TOKYO’S STILL THE BEST
 

The Economist Intelligence Unit study looks at the changes under way in the world’s largest cities

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