Environmental Advocate for the Sanitation of Water
With over 884 million people lacking access to proper sanitation and clean water, infectious, water-related diseases result in the loss of approximately 3.6 million people a year. To put it into perspective, this means there are more lives lost due to disease than any war. Consequently, the detrimental results of improper water sanitation are the true current war. An Environmental Advocate for the Sanitation of Water will strive to not only increase supplies to obtain clean water, but also to educate the peoples in third world countries about proper sanitation and hygiene where the health burden is high.
Education and Other Requirements: A bachelor’s degree in International Human Rights Law is sufficient to initiate development in this career, but a master's or doctoral degree is best for a committee's approval. The career places roughly equal emphasis on the substance of human rights law, its implementation, and the development of human rights advocacy skills. An individual that aspires to pursue this career must be knowledgeable of a vast number of international environmental concerns as well as proper water sanitation. A central focus ought to be place on improving water sanitation worldwide to diminish future devastation.
Salary: The exact salary will based on experience, however, it is calculated that a novice can gain approximately about $70,000 to $125,000 annually depending on the presented results. Afterwards, when recognition is granted to the Environmental Advocate for the Sanitation of Water may receive up to $170,000 annually.