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1998: Government launches Bangladesh Arsenic Mitigation and Water Supply Project. This includes a $32.4 million loan from the World Bank. (Recall their earlier involvement…) First half of the 00s: Projects underway in Bangladesh to prevent further exposure to arsenic. Money and resources also devoted to treating those who are sick.
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The number of claimants could run into thousands. If the demographics of Bangladesh as reported by the BBS and arsenic concentrations as reported by the BGS and DPHE continue into the future, the health effects of dissolved arsenic in well water will be severe: prevalences of about 2 million cases of arsenicosis and 125,000 cases of skin cancers, and incidences of several thousand deaths from internal cancers per year. A typical hand pumped drinking water well in rural Bangladesh.
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If the demographics of Bangladesh as reported by the BBS and arsenic concentrations as reported by the BGS and DPHE continue into the future, the health effects of dissolved arsenic in well water will be severe: prevalences of about 2 million cases of arsenicosis and 125,000 cases of skin cancers, and incidences of several thousand deaths from internal cancers per year. A typical hand pumped drinking water well in rural Bangladesh. Credit: Peter Knappett. Twenty years ago, Smith and colleagues described groundwater arsenic (As) contamination in Bangladesh as the " largest mass poisoning of a population in history ." An estimated 60 million people were unknowingly drinking groundwater containing dangerous Se hela listan på serc.carleton.edu 2006-04-01 · Bangladesh is currently facing a serious threat to public health, with 85 million people at risk from arsenic (As) in drinking water and in food crops. In Bangladesh, the groundwater As contamination problem is the worst in the world. It is alleged that BGS was negligent in not testing for arsenic when it conducted a pilot project assessing ground water in central and north-eastern Bangladesh in 1992. For many people in Bangladesh it can sometimes be a choice between death by arsenic poisoning or death by diarrhoea 110 McARTHUR ET AL.: ARSENIC IN GROUNDWATER N CN 24 N 90 W _ Figure 1.