UN Water will publish a 200-page report on valuing water which will have chapters from UN agencies, the World Bank, the OECD and other multilateral institutions working on water.
We want to add the voices of workers, from all sectors and all countries, and from family members on how you understand the value of water in your daily life, at work, in your home, in your cultural and religious practices.
UN Water is collecting these messages by 15 February and will compile them from many different sources, to be presented on World Water Day, 22 March 2021, on how people value water.
Water means different things to different people. By recording - and celebrating - all the different ways water benefits our lives, we can value water properly and safeguard it effectively for everyone. Tell your stories, thoughts and feelings about water.UN World Water Day 2021
How to participate
Answer the questions suggested by UN Water, share on social media using the hashtag #water2me. Remember to tag @psiglobalunion so we can compile your answers.
What does water mean to you?
Why is water important to you?
How does water affect females and males differently?
How does water play a role in your cultural practices?
What role does water play in your home, workplace or school?
What role will water play in your future?
What would you change about water in your area?
What do you use the most water for?
How does water affect the food you eat?
Share your answer in the form of a text, a photo or a short video. The World Water Day website shows some conversations in real time about what water means to people around the world.
You can also send your comments, videos and photos to the PSI Communications team email@example.com or Whatsapp +33 6 17 46 25 96 so we can share them for you on social media.