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World Water Day 2015

by UN-Water category: Cause

“This #WorldWaterDay, I´m letting the world know what #WaterIs to me! www.worldwaterday.org http://thndr.it/1BmNIW8

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World Water Day 2015

World Water Day 2015:                 #WaterIs Our World

A day to celebrate, a day to change, 

a day to prepare. 

If you think about it, water links to almost everything in the world.
Health. Nature. Urbanization. Industry. Energy. Food. Equality. 

On World Water Day, please join us in the global celebration of one of our most precious resources.
 
This year is very important. It’s the year when we agree on how we want to shape our future. For this future to happen we need water and sanitation. And we need to show that there are many of us who think so.
 
Please join us by letting the world know what water is to you.

HOW TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT:
  • Join the World Water Day campaign by taking a piece of paper and writing what water is to you using #WaterIs. Then, take a selfie or a video, tag it with the hashtag and upload it via Facebook, Twitter, Vine or Instagram. Or send it to us at unwater@un.org. Invite your family and friends to do the same.

  • On March 22, watch as everyone’s messages are blasted out simultaneously!


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United Nations' World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

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