World Water Day 2023: Objectives
World Water Day was created to accelerate change and solve the water and sanitation crisis.
objectives of World Water Day
It is an annual United Nations (UN) day of celebration that is celebrated every year on March 22 to highlight the importance of clean water.
The day is also used to advocate for the sustainable management of fresh water resources.
The main goal of the day is to inspire people around the world to learn more about water-related issues around the world and take action to make a difference.
On this day, important issues such as water pollution, water scarcity, lack of water and lack of toilets are highlighted.
It also raises awareness of the great importance of water and calls for increased action to solve the global water crisis.
History of World Water Day
World Water Day was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 22, 1992, which declared March 22 as World Water Day. This became a reality in 1993 when it was celebrated around the world.
The first World Water Day was celebrated in 1993.
Meaning of World Water Day
The meaning of this day is very simple. With the kind of world we live in, our resources are running out.
Thanks to the work done to the environment, sustainability is a concept that everyone needs to understand. It is not too late for people to act on it and save valuable resources.