The average water consumption by country can vary greatly depending on factors such as climate, population density, economic development, and cultural practices.

According to the World Bank, as of 2017, the five countries with the highest water consumption per capita were:

  1. United States – 2,842 cubic meters per person per year
  2. Canada – 2,513 cubic meters per person per year
  3. Israel – 2,157 cubic meters per person per year
  4. Saudi Arabia – 1,984 cubic meters per person per year
  5. Australia – 1,609 cubic meters per person per year

On the other hand, the five countries with the lowest water consumption per capita were:

  1. Haiti – 23 cubic meters per person per year
  2. Madagascar – 44 cubic meters per person per year
  3. Mozambique – 48 cubic meters per person per year
  4. Ethiopia – 58 cubic meters per person per year
  5. Uganda – 60 cubic meters per person per year

It’s worth noting that these figures are based on reported data and may not be entirely accurate, as water usage can be difficult to measure and monitor consistently across different countries.