The moral issue in this article is that while many of the developing nations support clean and safe water as a human right because they lack clean and safe water, many of the developed nations are reluctant to accept their responsibility simply because they have clean and safe water and they do not want to assume the responsibility of providing safe and clean water to the entire world. 2. Bolivia strongly supported the resolution and its permanent representative to the UN, Pablo Solon, quoted various statistics in order to create awareness for safe and clean water. He stated that while global supplies of fresh water are shrinking day by day, “Approximately one out of every eight people does not have drinking water. In just one day, more than 200 million hours of the time used by women is spent collecting and transporting water for their homes.” Solon stated that sanitation problem is even worse as 2009 World Health Organization and UNICEF study declared that around 24000 children in developing countries were dying each day from preventable diseases caused by polluted water.