Help save lives that are dying due to polluted water
Will Boiling water help?
1 third of people in the entire world have unclean water to drink. Almost 90 Percent of children die due to this problem. Women and children spend at least 125 MILLION hours per day collecting water, and most of it isn't clean. 2,200 people die per day from unclean water. This is a problem, and boiling water could be the solution. It takes away the chemicals, and evaporates the water so that it is safe.
The Solution (How to Boil)
Create a campfire (make sure it is outdoor as there is more oxygen) Place your water on top of it in a bowl and boil for half an hour. Let it then cool and your clean water is ready!
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Pros and Cons
It helps people without unclean water, causing less deaths.
It causes less problems to do with water, which means we can focus at one thing at a time.
Boiling water gets rid of the disease and waste that is thrown into it.
Boiling water is a hard technique, especially if you don't have the apparatus.
Some of the effects on the drinker may cause harm if not boiled correctly.