case study FORGOTTEN PEOPLE

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Forgotten People is herewith submitting these documents in response to a posting by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights about the Independent Expert investigation of Human Rights to Water and Sanitation and official report to the U.S. 1. Forgotten People believes water is life and respectfully submits a case for an on-site visit by Ms. Catarina de Albuquerque, Independent Expert on the Human Rights to Water and Sanitation Mission to the U.S. 2. Forgotten People is a nonprofit grassroots organization active within the Navajo Nation. We represent communities that span over 2 million acres of remote desert terrain in the northeastern part of Arizona. Most of the members practice a subsistence lifestyle of herding sheep. Many elderly community members speak only Dinè (the preferred nomenclature of the Navajo people).

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FORGOTTEN PEOPLEDine' Be' Iina' na' hil naa (Dine' Rebuilding Communities)Don Yellowman, President Joe Klain, Vice-PresidentLucy Knorr, Sec'y/Treasurer Marsha Monestersky, Program Director P.O. Box 1661 Tuba City, AZ 86045 (928) 401-1777 info@forgottennavajopeople.org http://www.forgottennavajopeople.org"It is now time to consider access to safe drinking water and sanitation as a human right, defined as the right to equal and non-discriminatory access to a sufficient amount of safe drinking water for personal and domestic uses--drinking, personal sanitation, washing of clothes, food preparation and personal and household hygiene--to sustain life and health. States should prioritize these personal and domestic uses over other water uses and should take steps to ensure that this sufficient amount is of good quality, affordable for all and can be collected within a reasonable distance from a person's home." - Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights onThe Right to Water, September 2007Attention: Ms. Lucinda O'Hanlon, Office of the Independent Expert (IE) For: Ms. Catarina de Albuquerque, Independent Expert (IE) on the Human Rights to Water and Sanitation Mission to the US, United Nations Human Rig

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