World Water Day 22 March 2010
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 A fourth World Water Day events gallery!
Your event photos have kept coming in, which means we have produced Events gallery # 4! This time the gallery features images from all over the world, including event photos from Turkey, Mexico (right), Argentina, Iran and Pakistan. Even though World Water Day has now passed, the spirit of World Water Day continues all year long so keep sending us photos from your events, so we can help spread the message of World Water Day!  Children take part in World Water Day activities in Mexico City,  Mexico. Photo © David Vargas.
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30.03.10 - More events added to the Events Calendar including new events from Uruguay and the United States.

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 Find out if your Event Photo made it into the third World Water Day photo gallery of your worldwide events.

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Speeches from the official ceremony from Willem-Alexander, Prince of Orange & and remarks from the former President of Mozambique now available.

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 9 new Technical documents from WHO and IWA on water safety, drinking water quality, investing in small community water supplies and wastewater management.

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is coordinating the organization of the World Water Day 2010 campaign on behalf of UN-Water and in collaboration with FAO, UNDP, UNECE, UNICEF, UNESCO, UN-Habitat, WHO, and the UN-Water Decade Programme on Advocacy and Communication as well as with partner organizations such as International Water Association, World Wide Fund for Nature and World Water Council.

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 UN-Water is dedicating World Water Day 2010 to the theme of water quality, reflecting its importance alongside quantity of the resource in water management.
 The World Water Day 2010 and its campaign is envisaged to:
  • Raise awareness about sustaining healthy ecosystems and human well-being through addressing the increasing water quality challenges in water management and

  • Raise the profile of water quality by encouraging governments, organizations, communities, and individuals around the world to actively engage in proactively addressing water quality e.g. in pollution prevention, clean up and restoration.

World Water Day 2010 activities will aim to communicate messages on water quality, ecosystems and human well-being.

These include: the World Water Day 2010 website and communication and outreach materials, key publications and flagship initiatives around water quality; a global event on water quality around 22 March 2010; a policy dialogue for global commitment to address water quality, ecosystems, and human well-being challenges at key global political events; and outreach for action to address water quality challenges at other key conferences and campaigns.

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