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'World Water Day' brings awareness to the millions in need

24 March 2018

Every year since 1993, the worldwide community has celebrated World Water Day on March 22. At last, treat yourself to be a sustainable water breaker to celebrate this world water day.

We all know that water is important for a healthy body. When we neglect our ecosystems, we make it harder to provide everyone with the water we need to survive and thrive.

In May, Living Water International is hosting a "Walk for Water", where people will walk from Grundahl Park to Stewart Lake with empty milk jugs or buckets, fill those containers up, and walk back.

Proper recycling and cleaning up trash in local communities can also help to reduce water pollution and its serious health effects. There is a river near to the farm that provides a reliable source of water year-round.

"I am happy to announce today that provided we continue consuming water at current levels‚ and we receive decent winter rainfall this year‚ Day Zero will not occur in 2018", declared DA leader Mmusi Maimane earlier this month.

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Fill up your sink with water, instead of letting it run the whole time that you're scrubbing. Only 19 per cent of the country's population has basic access to water. Each of these use natural processes to rebalance the water cycle and improve human health and livelihoods. According to the publication, 200 cities across the world will be running out of water soon.

On the 25th World Water Day, Obino's Diet coach Vriti Srivastav shares some brilliant tips to keep in mind when drinking water. Another 1.4 billion wish they had that water to drink. The most frequent question our organization receives is how individual people and businesses can become involved or take action to protect our water resources.

Waterwise, the world is now divided into three parts; sufficient, insufficient and polluted.

On this UN-recognised day, people will be campaigning and holding various events.

What is World Water Day?

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This year's campaign is called "The answer is in nature" and raises awareness of NBS. At the current pace, global access to clean water will happen only by 2066 and global access to decent toilets not until the next century. Each new village drill and well ends the need to gather water and creates new jobs, adding economic sustainability. The activity centres presented at the festival are designed with current, relevant, and scientific accuracy and showcase many facets of water such as protection, conservation, science, technology, and attitudes toward water.

In a town meeting, members of the community were also educated by Mr Eric Eshun and Mrs Phyllis Sarkodieh both from the Quality Assurance department of Voltic on the simple water management techniques, including rainwater harvesting.

Racold, one of the leading manufacturers of water heating solutions in India, recently conducted a nationwide survey that revealed interesting insights on behavioral patterns of Indians.

This initiative is to meet sustainable development goal six, each one should have access to safe water by 2030.

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'World Water Day' brings awareness to the millions in need