The water that we take for granted could be beneficial to countries that are suffering from drought.
In 2000, around 50,000 people died in Somalia when a drought devastatingly hit their country.
Drought impacts many countries and can affect its economy, environment, and most importantly, the lives of its people.
Due to the death of livestock, depletion of crops, and the scarcity of drinking water caused by the drought, many people are suffering from starvation.
Our father told us he was sorry he couldn't bring food to our table.
Many families have also lost loved ones because they couldn't survive the after-effects of the drought.
His crops died from lack of water and the cattle didn't make it either.
We can help by conserving our use of water. Try to take shorter showers or don't let the water run when brushing your teeth.
Help in providing food for communities in need by being a donor and help fundraise to a specific project's overall fundraising.
Through this, we are able to help people get the food they need to survive by funding to communities in need.
DONATE to one or more of the organizations that work together to end global hunger. One agency is the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. They assist in supplying food for people whose lives and source of income have been damaged by drought.