Many still do not have access to clean & safely managed water and facilities. Here are what the UN lists as "the facts" -
Is a non-profit organization founded by Salva Dut to provide South Sudan with access to clean water and hygiene education.
Yes, you read that right.
Over 5 million lacked access in 2015.
There are ways to help, here are some:
Raise money for an non-profit such as Water for South Sudan. WFSS provides materials for schools and individuals to get started. Other non-profits will more than likely provide similar materials.
Make a post about it on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc. Share this page, the WFSS website, or whatever the case may be with your followers, family, friends, classmates, whoever! In whatever way you can, spread the message!
Much like the last suggestion, this one kind of ties into that! Bring up a conversation at the dinner table with family, or while you're in the car with friends. Perhaps you will come up with a way to help on your own doing this?