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World Water Day aims to highlight the importance of fresh and clean water. Its purpose is to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. Key aspects of the observance focus on educating people about water-related issues, inspiring action toward water conservation and improving people's access to safe water and sanitisation.
Established by the United Nations in 1992, World Water Day has a direct relevance to the South African community, given its history of water scarcity. The country's geographical location and climate have made water supply a critical concern. Furthermore, consistent development has put enormous stress on water resources. South Africa has shown support for World Water Day, acknowledging the need for conservation, better management of water resources and education around water cleanliness and hygiene, all of these in line with the global objectives of this observance.
In South Africa, World Water Day is marked by various activities designed to emphasize awareness and action. Events include educational workshops and seminars, art and essay contests for children, and communal water preservation efforts. They also take on projects improving access to clean water in underprivileged communities. South Africa observes World Water Day on the same day as the rest of the world, which is on the 22nd of March every year.
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