Dr Jabbar Hussain Bali, Dr Zahra Tanveer, Dr Saba Sarfraz
The impact on water ranges from a lack of water to severe floods and storms such as climate in developing countries such as Pakistan. The excellence of water and water-borne diseases for example cholera, typhoid fever, liver disease, protozoal infection & bone fever increase significantly in industrialization, chaotic urbanization and poor hygienic environments & inadequate management of water resources. This document dangerously reviews scientific research and benefits from generals who deal with environmental and public health issues at national and global levels. The article emphasizes the need to develop mitigation measures to protect, manage risk, and thus the impact of water associated global environment transformation on agriculture and then on community health. Keywords: Water, Associated, Effects, Climate Change, Pakistan.