Meet Faten. She and her family used to live in Raqqa, Syria. But fighting drove her and her family to Hama, where they traded the threat of bombs for a new danger: water.
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UNICEF’s expertise is unrivaled: In 69 countries, UNICEF takes the lead during humanitarian crises to provide water, sanitation and hygiene
UNICEF tackles the big problems: In Syria, UNICEF repairs of damaged water systems and wells improved water for 1.3 million people. Distribution of water disinfectant gave 13.3 million people safe drinking water
UNICEF changes lives: Over 150 million people saw their water improve over the past four years
UNICEF works to develop new efficiencies — and reach more children: Last year, UNICEF improved sanitation for 22 million people, more than ever before
UNICEF gets maximum impact for children: Clean, safe water keeps kids from getting sick and falling behind school. Since 2014, UNICEF has improved 51,000 schools’ water, sanitation and hygiene facilities and services