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Universal access to clean water is within reach. How can we achieve it?

Every day 700 children die from diarrhoea caused by unsafe water. Image: REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz.

Keith Schneider

Senior Editor and Chief Correspondent, Circle of Blue

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