As human beings, we have to be care with the environment to keep clean and safe, especially the most important substance on the face of the earth, water. Every year, World Water Day celebrates annually on the 22nd of March. The event was first held internationally at the 22nd of March 1993. It was immediately designated by the United Nations. The event focuses attention on the importance of universal access advocating sustainable management of fresh water resources
World Water Day focuses attention on the importance of universal access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) facilities in developing countries. The idea of World Water Day is to inspire people all over the world to learn more about water related issues to teach others and take action to make a difference, particularly in developing countries. These issues of water that has been going on is the global water crisis, it includes challenges such as water scarcity, water pollution, inadequate water supply and lack of sanitation for billions of people in developing countries.
In the preparation of World Water Day, many organisations promote clean and water for people and sustainable aquatic habitats. Events such as theatrical and musical celebrations, educational events, and campaigns to raise money for access to clean and affordable water are held worldwide on or close to 22nd of March.
Every year, the United Nations Water (UN- Water) selects different themes to celebrate World Water Day annually. For example, in 2017, the theme for World Water Day 2017 was “Why Waste Water?”. This year, the world ask the question how can we reduce floods, droughts, and water pollution? By using the solutions we already find in nature, that is where the theme of World Water Day 2018 “Nature for Water” is called. It is where the theme explores how nature can be used to overcome the water challenges of the 21st century and it’s outcome. The Answer is in Nature.