Access to safe drinking water is a fundamental human right and a prerequisite for good health. However, ensuring the quality and safety of drinking water sources can be a complex challenge. Water sources can be contaminated by various pollutants, including bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and heavy metals. To address this issue, water quality monitoring plays a crucial role in assessing and managing the safety of drinking water sources. This article explores the potential of water quality monitoring in ensuring safe drinking water, focusing on its importance, methods, and future prospects.