Interaction Program on Climate Change and Water Crisis to mark World Water Day- 22 March, 2017

April 5, 2017 | 10:49 am | By: Climate Reality Project Nepal

Introduction

Marking the World Water Day that was held at Kathmandu, Nepal on 22nd of March 2017- The Climate Reality Project Nepal in collaboration with Walk for Water India hosted an Interactive session on Climate change information sharing by the Climate Reality leader’s inclusion of water pledge session at the end of the workshop. The workshop was mainly focused on celebrating world water day that’s celebrated worldwide on 22nd of March 2017. This event organized and initiated by The Climate Reality project had 7 leaders inclusion of volunteers that were called from different institutions.

Objective

The major objective of the workshop are as follows:

  1. The objective of this workshop was to introduce the volunteers about what The Climate Reality Project Nepal does holistically.
  2. To pledge against water wastage and oath to save water in future.

    3. To delegate knowledge about national and global water issues till date.

    4. To be holistically responsible by reaching out more people in the next phase.


    Methodology

    After providing T-shirt to all the volunteers and organizers during this workshop, Country Manager Mr. Phurpa Lama and Climate Reality Leader Ashra Kunwar of The Climate Reality Project Nepal disseminated their knowledge on Climate change and Global/National condition of water related issues. The remaining Climate Reality Leaders were there to evaluate the overall sessions with the volunteers. At the end of the workshop, Climate Reality Leader, Anuska Joshi conducted an Interactive rapid questionnaire session with all the volunteers and Climate Reality Leaders during the full day World water day event held at Dining hall, lounge and café situated at New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal.

 


Results/ Conclusion

To reiterate the overall session of World Water Day 2017, the interactive workshop became very fruitful as the volunteers were very interactive throughout the session. The ending was done by pledging against water loss. All the members including the organizers and volunteers were given a T shirt and a pledging card which was repeated by everyone at the end.

The message to oath is as follows:

“I take an oath to conserve water and to use water wisely. I pledge to consume water judiciously and not waste even a drop of water. I’ll treat water as the most precious treasure that I possess and consume it accordingly. I pledge to motivate my family, friends and neighborhood to use water wisely and not waste it. It is our planet and only we can save it.
With this, the session concluded effectively.