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In an attempt to spread knowledge about the huge discrepancies between the developed and developing countries in the usage of water around the world, Action Against Hunger held its very own Water March in New York city on March 22nd, 2003. This is also the internationally recognized World Water Day. *******www.actionagainsthunger****
10 May 2008
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Today some 1.1 billion people have insufficient access to clean drinking water. A startling 2.6 billion people lack proper sanitation. Water-borne illnesses account for some 80% of all communicable diseases, and play a major role in generating malnutrition... Join us on World Water Day and help make a difference in someone's life... *******www.actionagainsthunger****
7 Oct 2008
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March 22nd is World Water Day. world water day charity water charity: water twestival beck time bomb clean drinking water water in Africa Central African Republic scott harrison simon willows WWD WWD09 earth day clean World water Day 09
23 Mar 2009
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World Water Day Video from charity: water
24 Mar 2009
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A charitable film to promote World Water Day on March 22, 2012 and the charity www.justadrop****
27 Feb 2012
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Here comes the #Project24, an initiative of Planet Water Foundation, is providing safe drinking water to 24 communities, especially children in 5 countries, the Philippines, Cambodia, Indonesia, Colombia and #India.#Kentico and #Raybiztech teamed up with Planet Water and brought 24 hours safe drinking water access to children of Noida, India on #WorldWaterDay...
7 Jul 2017
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Mr. Vishwanath Srikantaiah, water activist and has been working in the space for over 27 years delivering a lecture on the topic of 'India - Water usage, challenges and opportunities' organized by Asset Homes as part of the World Water Day March 22.
22 Mar 2018
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World Water Day Urges the International Community to Reuse and Recycle Millions of people around the world are living without access to clean drinking water. To draw attention to what some experts are calling one of the largest public issues of our time; World Water Day was established as an international day of observance and action. According to the UN, more than half of the world will be living with water shortages in the next 50 years. One solution to the growing problem is reclaiming and recycling water instead of disposing it into oceans and rivers. Using new technology, a growing number of communities in the U.S. are starting to reuse and recycle water. This new process takes water through three steps, first traveling through hollow fiber membranes that remove 99.99 percent of all bacteria, then through reverse osmosis and finally through advanced oxidation using ultraviolet light. The result is near-distilled quality water. The entire process consumes about 50% less energy than importing water from outside sources. While this new technology makes conservation easier than ever before, it's only one part of the bigger solution. Experts urge that all Americans participate in conservation with everyday activities that include taking shorter showers, checking faucets for leaks and watering lawns judiciously. For more tips be sure to visit www.epa.gov. Produced for Siemens
2 Mar 2010
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20 Mar 2008
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Gwen O'Donnell Blake, DC Office Director, Project Concern International talks about World Water Day and the importance of water issues.
28 Apr 2008
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The United Nations says the world's water supply has killed more people than war. Newsy looks at possible solutions to the problem.
27 Mar 2010
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Women in developing countries walk an average of 3.7 miles everyday for their most basic necessity—water. The global water crisis is vast—1 in 8 people around the world do not have access to safe drinking water. Our WaterLess™ jeans are saving millions of liters of water and we're working with Water**** to distribute that water savings to communities around the world who need it most. Yes, we're proud of our progress, but we know we're just one part of a the solution. Together with your help, we can do so much more. Visit us at *******www.facebook****/LEVIS and play WaterTank to release the pledged water for those who need it most. To find out how you can care for the planet, visit *******www.levi****/waterless
29 Apr 2011
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