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Ana M. Gren Aug 31
Signing off after an excellent intensive great seminars,discussions with partners & colleagues & many others, thank you to all!
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ICLEI Aug 31
Today marks the end of the World Water Week. Here's a lesson to be learned: All of us with a stake in must come together to address the challenges facing our finite water resources.
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Dustin E. Garrick Aug 30
A major opportunity to join forces with to unlock incentives for better water management. Time to advance new insights and impacts on global water and sustainable development challenges.
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UNICEF Aug 31
Children wash their hands in a secondary school located just 10km from the contact line in Ukraine. Conflict has damaged vital water infrastructure here, resulting in regular water cuts.
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World Bank Sep 8
Read a case study on an innovative irrigation system, developed by Dinara Almanova from Kazakhstan 🇰🇿, and other water projects from youth contest, highlighted during :
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UN Sustainable Development Aug 30
The 11 heads of state & special adviser on 's High-Level Panel on Water commit to manage water as a precious resource and build partnerships to achieve -- and call on all stakeholders to join their efforts. Find out more:
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Rotary International Aug 31
World leaders have set a number of goals for 2030 – to eradicate extreme poverty and create a fairer, more sustainable future. Goal number 6 is ‘Water and sanitation for all’. Ambitious, yes. But not rocket science.
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World Bank Water Oct 1
💧Deepening partnerships 💧Strengthening cooperation 💧Sharing knowledge 💧Amplifying action Here is a recap of our engagement at 2018 around the priority themes “financing, resilience, sanitation, inclusion and innovation.” cc
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Noor Bakhsh Aug 31
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USAID Water Sep 19
Missed 2018? No worries! Read our take on the need for unlocking new financing options, building systems that last, and including women in the global water workforce.
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SIWI Oct 18
How did we manage to share World Water Week 2018 in digital spaces? And how did the Hubble Space Telescope become a part of it? Find out in this blog, covering some of our outreach efforts during !
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UN Women Aug 30
The planet is under threat. The time to act is now.
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WaterYouthNetwork Sep 8
Thank you so much for hosting us @ Dutch Pavilion during . What a well organized & well visited Pavilion. We look forward to collaborate with u in future. To more fun times!
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innocent drinks Aug 31
It's World Water Week. The perfect time to ask someone to shower with you. You know, to save water
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Fish and Wildlife ON Aug 30
Ontario has more than 250,000 lakes which contain about 1/5 of the world's fresh water.
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UN Women Aug 31
Conserve water. Protect the environment. Preserve biodiversity.
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We Mean Business Aug 30
Cities, corporations and everyone in between has a role to play in securing a more sustainable water future and supporting the development of healthier, more resilient communities.
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Rotary International Sep 2
clubs in Mexico and California clean up the Ameca River. Their work led to the 'Cleaning Rivers of the World' project which challenged our clubs across the globe to clean up a river.
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SIWI Oct 19
Overarching Conclusions out now! Explore the outcomes of World Water Week 2018.
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Doreen Mbalo Aug 31
What an amazing, inspiring 2018! Thank you for organising and ensuring has more sessions in 2018. SDG6 IS the docking station to achieve all other SDGs. Looking forward to next year, this time focusing on . More sessions in 2019!
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