World Water Day is celebrated on 22nd March every year across the world, created by the United Nations.
He is used to celebrating by the people to tackle every problem of Water to save it for his future use and also bring aid to people who truly need it across borders.
According to the World Health Organization, almost 780 million people live without access to clean water, and 2.5 billion need improved sanitation.
History of World Water Day:
This international day was proposed in the UN convention of Rio De Janeiro in 1992.
The day began to be observed in 1993 across UN nations and has only grown from strength to strength since then.
In 2003, the United Nations formed the UN-Water organization to look after water issues around the world.
The body is responsible for coming up with themes and messages for the day.
World Water Day has not yet gained much popularity.
Organizations around the world, including government as well as non-government organizations,
media houses and newspapers run campaigns to raise awareness among people about the increasing water crisis.
Many programs are also organized by the UN in its member countries about good water management practices, conserving water, the importance of safe drinking water.
In some countries, people are encouraged not to use their taps for the entire day in order to conserve water.
However, such practice is limited to a handful of countries only because of the importance of water in daily lives.
Methods Of Saving Water on WORLD WATER DAY:
1. Plant your garden in the spring and you can save since water requirement levels are less during this season.
2. Do not use water to defrost foods. Although many people do use this method it requires a lot of water consumption to do this.
3. Instead of shower use buckets because it saves a lot of water.
4. Cut off the water supply to any areas in the home that you are not using.
5. Have regular inspections from a plumber or water specialists. He can detect any problems quickly and easily.
6. Educate children about water-saving from an early age so they can understand its value.
7. Increase awareness about the save water initiative in your locality, school, and neighborhood.