Clean Water and Sanitation – Educational resource for teachers and facilitators
A booklet for teachers and facilitators featuring information, statistics and activities to explore issues access to water and its impact on people’s lives.
Activities look at reasons why some people don’t have access to water, the link to climate change and how a lack of this resource can drive inequality.
Clean Water and Sanitation – Educational resource for teachers and facilitators contains activities, statistics and information to explore issues around access to water– causes and consequences of water insecurity, and the link to climate change and gender inequality. The resource activities give an opportunity to consider how water impacts on the lives of people and the ways in which it drives inequality.
The booklet includes statistics, three activities complete with resources ready to photocopy and key terminology.
Key learning outcomes:
- Know how water can impact on people’s lives
- Understand the link between water and inequality
- Be able to make links between water, education and inequality in the world.
About the series: This booklet forms is part of the Concern Sustainable Development Goals Education Resources Series of 11 booklets which includes the Sustainable Development Goals, Development Education FAQs, No Poverty, Hunger, Good Health and Well-Being, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Responsible Consumption and Production, Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, Climate Change, Clean Water and Sanitation and Gender Equality
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