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Journal - American Water Works Association | MAY 2016, Volume 108, Number 5 
The world hovering gently over the ocean with inset flags of seven countries: Mali, Mexico, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Denmark, Australia, and the United KingdomCURRENT ISSUE FOCUS:
International Perspectives

Global water challenges range from basic services to complex uncertainties of climate change. Efforts in Bangladesh, Mali, and Mexico include working at the country level to manage quantity and quality of groundwater supplies; at the village level to institute good water and sanitation practices; and at the city level through a public–private partnership. In Pakistan, Denmark, Australia, and the United Kingdom, changing weather patterns and intensity demand local attention.


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