There is a worldwide water crisis, with major issues involving water pollution and poor water supply for billions of people globally, especially individuals in developing countries. World Water Day was created in 1993 by the UN as an international observance day. It occurs every year on March 22nd, and its main aim is to highlight the importance of freshwater and to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.
World Water Day is an important day that can bring awareness to people around the world about water-related issues. It can also inspire people to take action.
Plant The Seed Charity focuses on providing clean water as part of our sanitation mission.
The goal of our project is to reduce the risk of water-related diseases and associated health risks. We believe that water is a basic human right.