To celebrate and encourage more people to take action to provide possibility that everyone could have access to clean drinking water, The World Water Council (WWC) is currently inviting applicants for its 2018 King Hassan II Great World Water Prize.
Water is one of basic needs for all living beings - humans, animals, plants - not to live but purely to survive. As the air, we all need water. Often we don't think about air we are breathing or water we are drinking multiple times per day. It's just natural to have it, to use it and to waist it.
As absurd as it is, in some countries it's a privilege to have access for clean,drinkable water. Families and children walk great lenghts to have access to water source,and even then, with no guarantee that it is safe to drink it.
Reaching out for people, many organizations and individuals are doing their best to raise awareness among citizens, provide help where it is needed and invest in future where everyone could have accessibility to clean drinking water.
Falling within the overarching framework of “Cooperation and solidarity in the fields of management and development of water resources”, this Sixth Edition of the Great Prize will reward the candidates making contributions around the specific theme of “Working towards greater solidarity and inclusion in order to ensure water security and climate justice.”
The Prize will be awarded for the sixth time during the 8th World Water Forum, which will take place in Brasilia, Brazil, on 18 March 2018.
Deadline: 30 November 2017
Interested applicants must fill the online Nomination form through the given website.
For more information, please visit: King Hassan II Great World Water Prize.
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