The World Water Day is also known as the International Water Day, is a yearly UN observance day, and we all in this whole world and the society celebrates, the World Water Day, on the 22nd March, each and every year.
The main aim and goal of World Water Day are to support and promote the sustainable management of freshwater resources.
And the day is also being focused on the fact that we shall not waste the water as water is the blessings of God indeed.
Due to this is the World #Water Day, so it shall really interesting to read some amazing and lesser-known facts about the Water, which is a liquid colorless substance, which is very important for the lives and the livelihood, known as its scientifical name, “H2O”.
It is indeed and a certain fact, that the #Water is just an incredible resource, and I think, and I hope, most of the people shall agree with me that we need to celebrate the International #Water Day, daily, as the #Water is the most respected and most crucial substance of this world, and it is very important for the contemporary generation to know the importance of the #Water.
This year on 2019, the theme of the #WorldWaterDay is “Leaving no one behind”, which is to about and regarding the tackling the water crisis by making the reasons cleared, why so several people are being left behind. Marginalized groups – women, children, poor, refugees, indigenous peoples, especially, challenged population – should not stay away from having the access of the safe dinging water and they should not suffer from the deficiency of water as per the Wikipedia.
The UN-Water declare that “water services must meet the needs of marginalized groups and their voices must be heard in decision-making processes”
The World #Water Day is actually, annually, celebrates in order to create and raises awareness about the issues like the #water crisis, like, the sanitation troubles and water shortages problems in several parts of the world. Many people lack access to safe and clean water, a problem which has a direct impact on the economy. Every year, World #Water Day highlights a specific and precise aspect of freshwater and each aspect of the concept of saving the #Water.
World Water Day: 13 Captivating Facts About #Water – “The Synonym Of Life”
1). #Water is a liquid substance, which is tasteless, odorless, and most important, shapeless, which is also transparent, and this is the prime constituent of Earth’s several parts, like, ponds, stream, rivers, lakes, sea, well and oceans, and so on, but it is the primary source, which is fulfilled the need of water in the body of the living beings of this globe.
2). Though, you shall surprise to know that the #Water is a chemical substance and scientifically, the name of the same is “H2O”. I think we all read this in our school days, in the school books, still, I can remember.
3). The 71% of the Earth’s surface, is actually, cover by the #Water, predominately, which can be seen in the seas and oceans. And #Water is available in the rivers, ponds, well and so no.
4). As we all know, #Water is the synonym of life, yes, whether it is the human beings or the animals, or even plants, their body needs water, without, #Water they won’t be able to survive. No wonder, why we pour every day, #Water on our plant, even we offer #Water, to our pet too, as you all know I think.
And on the other side, in each and every sector and parts of our daily lives, we need #water, whether, for the purpose of cooking or for the purpose of cleaning.
Whether, for the purpose of going to the toilet or for taking a shower, so #Water is the most important source of our lives and I defined it is a synonym of the lives.
5). The word #Water is taken from the Old English wæter, from Proto-Germanic *water, and from some other different sources, then the word is recognized as the #Water.
6). The #World #Water Day is the day, which is complete, dedicated to the #Water, and the main aim of this day, is to focus on the fact, that how it is very important for us to save water and of not wasting the water.
The #World #Water Day, was firstly, proposed in the 1992 by the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro and eventually, in the December 1992, the United Nations General Assembly declared that from now onward, every 22nd March shall be celebrated as the #World Water Day and in 1993, the first World Water Day was observed and being celebrated.
7). In the developing nations, more than 75% of diseases are related to #Water, like Jaundice, Typhoid and so on, so it is very important for us to drink safe #Water.
8). The most natural and common substance of this earth, if we are having something then it is the #water.
9). It is actually, hot #Water turns to ice and freezes fast then cold #Water, which is known as the Mpemba Effect, and no-one really knows why it occurs.
10). An average human body is made of 55 to 65% of the #Water.
11). In developing countries, mostly, women and girls spent their times for collecting #Water, in fact, half of their day, they spent collecting #Water.
12). Reportedly, more than 700 million people in the world have no access to safe drinking #Water 😢
13). As per reports, in Asia and Africa, in the most, places women and children walk a daily long-distance equivalent in order to collect and fetch #Water to their home.
#WorldWaterDay: History, Significance, Facts