Botlles picked on dumps for selling water.
In the coastal region, there has been a lack of an essential element in life. Fresh Water has been  a major problem and now people rely on wells and borehole water. This already has caused a booming water business and moreover to  the mineral  water vendors  like "Bamba Kumi" suppliers. These people are all over the major roads and junctions in Mombasa to assist people who lose a lot of water from sweating in the cars and in public transport.

People should be cautious with fresh juices as they pick bottles in dumps.
People sweat a lot in Mombasa due to rise in temperature.

Lack of water is than lack of clean water. It is even worse where there is a lack of water and hot climate  conditions. This high  temperature makes  people suffer  a lot due to the high rate of water draining from their  bodies. This causes  several harmful conditions.

Mombasa has been affected  by high temperatures, which environment analysts  say is caused  by global warming and rise in ocean waters. This has led to several  skin infections and it is more for the children and expectant  mothers.

Dry fresh water taps in Mombasa house holds and now depend from Borehole water.

The lack of this essential  product has led people to the world of diseases. Apart from the hot weather now lack of fresh water has caused diseases  like Hepatitis. Most of the hospital in Mombasa has a very high number of patients suffering  from hepatitis. 

People  have been told to be cautious on what they drink. Treat any water before  drinking or boil it. The Mombasa county  government has raised an alarm of the disease which is on the course. Residents  have been alerted to look for anyone with suspicious symptoms  to be taken to the nearest  hospital as early  as possible.
The Mombasa residents should take note that consumable products should be bought from a clean and safe environment. 

Ice cream and fresh cold juices have been said as the most products which transmitted  Hepatitis  very fast in Mombasa. These products most of them are packed with bottles or plastics picked from dump sites. "Take control of what you consume and drink  and when you suspect  anything do not hesitate to report or take the patient to the nearby hospital." said a Coast general hospital  Mombasa-based Cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Sore Aseyo.

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