Up to 75% of human body is water. Obviously, great well-being requires a quality source of water to be consumed. Besides, access to safe drinking water is one of the basic human rights and is essential for healthy lives. It is, however, a fact that a large proportion of water resources is being contaminated, which might come as a result of improper disposal of sewage and solid wastes, over application of agrochemicals (pesticides and fertilizers), deteriorating conditions of piping and transportation network. This seriously bring bad impacts towards human health in terms of exposing diseases, including gastroenteritis, dysentery, diarrhea and viral hepatitis, etc.
With the presence of experts from China, Egypt, France, and Vietnam, this workshop is aimed to share their up-to-date research studies on water quality and human health