World Water Day was celebrated with the children of NUR Community Outreach School at Nainsukh. The event was organized in collaboration with Jahanara Memorial Trust, NUR foundation, Environmental Protection Society at GC University along with their official radio partners FM 101 and Planet 94 to recognize and celebrate milestones and to highlight projects undertaken through collaborative initiatives to improve the lives of vulnerable people.
Mrs. Zareen Arif, Chairman Jahanara Memorial Trust emphasized that action is needed to balance the water supply and demand equation and that we need to work with greater resources, ingenuity and dedication to ensure that all people have access to basic necessities of life.
Children participated actively in various activities such as home water audit, capital planet – savior of water image, A-maze-ing, why save it and action. These initiatives helped students understand the importance of water and techniques of saving this valuable resource for future generations. The event was participated by donors, NUR Outreach School students of grade 1 to 5 along with teachers and administrative staff of NUR Foundation and Jahanara Memorial Trust.
The World Water Day 2013 activities provide an opportunity to not only celebrate achievements, but to evaluate the contributions to those successes and renew our efforts to ensure that all people have sustained access to safe drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene. We must redouble our efforts and work with greater resources, ingenuity and dedication to ensure that all people have access to the basic necessities of life.
Jahanara Memorial Trust is a not for profit organization working with the vision to aid, assist, set-up, maintain and administer emergency wards, as well as public care centers, dispensaries, therapy centers, etcetera, amongst other centers connected to or concerned directly and/or indirectly with the provision of care of human body in an effort to promote the welfare of the public at large regardless of patients financial abilities.