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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

United Nations praised India's efforts in finding solutions for global water crisis

  Anand Kumar       Wednesday, 21 March 2018
United Nations praised India's efforts in finding solutions for global water crisis
UNESCO chief Audrey Agolay said, the storage of water resources is essential to avoid the water crisis. Otherwise, this problem will be a terrible form in the coming years.
UNESCO chief Audrey Agolay said, the storage of water resources is essential to avoid the water crisis. Otherwise, this problem will be a terrible form in the coming years.


United Nations, Patr. Due to the increasing population and climate change, the water crisis is facing all over the world. By 2050, about 5 billion people will be battling the problem of clean water. Many countries, including India, China, are working to deal with this problem, whose United Nations Organization has appreciated.

The UN has praised India for exploring the natural remedy for water conservation in one of its reports. This report was presented during a program in Brazil on Monday. UNESCO chief Audrey Agolay said, the storage of water resources is essential to avoid the water crisis. Otherwise, this problem will be a terrible form in the coming years.


The UN gave an example of the Tarun Bharat Sangh, a non-governmental organization working in Rajasthan in the report. The organization had easily overcome the drought that came in 1986 with its efforts. With the help of locals, the organization spread the water resources and spread the forests. As a result, 20 to 80 percent of the jungle increased, as well as the ground water level also reached six meters high. Fertility of farm land also increased. Soil water absorption also increased by 33 percent

Also appreciate China and Ukraine

The UN also praised China's 'Sponsy City' campaign in the report. Under this campaign, 70 percent rainwater is being recycled. The plan to make artificial wetland (moorland) of Ukraine was also appreciated.

The United Nations report also appreciated the leadership provided by women, who take responsibility for providing safe fresh water to their family.
The United Nations report also appreciated the leadership provided by women, who take responsibility for providing safe fresh water to their family.

Providing enough water to five billion people by 2050 is risky work:

Efforts to improve the availability of water by local communities in India have been appreciated in a UN report, highlighting the importance of finding a nature-based solution to deal with global water challenges.

Due to the risk of 5 billion people reaching adequate water by 2050 nature-based solutions are being increasingly considered important, the United Nations World Water Development Report 2018 said in a report on Monday. The report released on the world's largest water-related event in Brazil has given examples of China's rain water cycles, the forest regeneration of India and the artificial lakes of Ukraine for nature-based solutions.

In the introduction of the United Nations World Water Development Report 2018, Audrey Azole, Head of UN Academic, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), said, "We need a new solution in the management of water resources, so that the population of water due to population growth and climate change Emerging challenges can be faced for security. " He added, adding that if we do nothing, then by 2050 some 5 billion people will be living in water reaches.

It has been said in the report that changing the pattern of population growth, economic development and consumption, the global demand of water is increasing in the next two decades and it will continue to grow.

This report provides an example of the efforts made by a non-governmental organization, Tarun Bharat Sangathan in Rajasthan, where local communities are supported for the rehabilitation of water chakras and water resources, when the history of the worst drought in 1986 Had to do


However, in the following years, a non-governmental organization, Tarun Bharat Sangha, worked with local communities as well as water harvesting structures to re-mold the soil and forests in the area. Due to this, forest cover increased by 30 percent, groundwater level increased several meters and improved crop productivity.


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