The research project's overarching objective is to assess how water pollution affects human health. Locals as well as students were quizzed and polled individually about their thoughts and experiences with the subject, which yielded some interesting insights. Articles and journals published between 2010 and 2023 provide the sample data for this study. The formal content analysis approach was employed for the assessment and evaluation of the data acquired. The study's findings made it very obvious that polluted water poses serious risks to human health. The study details the origins and factors that contribute to water pollution, as well as the means by which it spreads and how it might be stopped. Therefore, a targeted advertising campaign emphasizing means of preventing water pollution and its effects on human health should air on all national radio and television stations throughout the globe. Pollution of water is one of the most significant dangers to public health and even the very survival of mankind on a global scale. In the past, pollution of water, in particular, has had an effect on food safety, which is an essential factor in the presence of a significant risk to human health. According to the findings, wastewater is the primary contributor to water pollution, which in turn contributes to the spread of waterborne illnesses such as typhoid fever, diarrhea, cholera, and dysentery, among others.