What if we told you that you used a weapon of war today? In many conflicts, more children die from water-related diseases than from bullets or bombs. Restricting the access to water and attacking water infrastructure and workers are some of the ways that water is being used as a weapon. An attack on water is an attack on children.
－Life and Society (S1-S3) – Rights of the Child (Module 21), Global Citizenship and Humanitarian Work (Module 29)