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Making Water Crisis a MYTH! - World Water Day 2020

Over the years, access to clean and safe water has been a very big challenge in developing countries. Many organisations, joint communities and individuals worked tirelessly to make this a myth.

10 years ago, Evoke Agents from different corners of the world joined hands and combined heads to discuss the water crisis. Through blogs, photos, and videos the agents shared experiences and ideas upon which communities have built the brilliant solutions that are sustainable.

Today I am still living in Uganda - a developing country. Well, I have to say that, water access has improved a lot and on average 90% of the house hold in developing countries have access to clean water sources [wells mainly].

Fast Forward::
Today we are celebrating the World Water Day 2020.
We are NOT just celebrating the improved clean water access, our major objective is to remind the communities the importance of water and sanitation around the world.

Planned Events:
- I specifically request the youth [students] to use their cultures, art and talent imaginations to come up with plays, paintings, take photos and videos demonstrating the status of water access from the past and how it is at present.

- For a period of one week preceding the World Water Day, communities should make field visits to share best practices and to enable them improve on their water repositories/ sources.

- Community Leaders to carry out tentative training sessions for the community to continue sensitizing the communities about sustainable water and sanitation projects.

- Evoke Agents all around the world your role is to report on events taking place in preparation for the World Water Day, post your photos, blogs and videos on Urgent Evoke, use social networks like Twitter, Flickr, You Tube and Facebook to promote your posts and to reach out to the wider internet community.

- Dress code is Blue and White to represent the colours of water. :)

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Comment by John D. Boyden on May 1, 2010 at 4:47pm
+1 creativity. A lovely vision too. I hope it comes true.


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