Water Awareness

Our water and environmental project is about developing links and partnerships with other organisations locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. We aim to raise awareness of issues relating to water and the environment by providing quality information, advice and guidance. We aim to promote sustainable energy and water conservation programmes and to target wastage of these resources.

Our aims are to aid in increasing awareness and develop the following :

- Water Issues
- Environmental Issues
- Capacity building for sustainability
- Develop Partnership with International Organisations
- Educational Exchange Programme
- Education – social responsibility
- Develop Exchange Programme of social responsibility
- Develop initiatives locally, regionally, nationally and internationally

Our exchange programme links us to the following bodies:

World Water Council

ACETS is a member of the World Water Council based in Marseilles , France .
The organisation is represented by Le-Roy Edwards, Executive Director; who is it’s permanent representative on the council.

SIWI – Stockholm International Water Institute

SIWI combats the global water crisis through research and
administration of water awards, symposia and projects.

The Global Water Partnership

The Global Water Partnership is a working partnership among all those involved in water management: The mission of the Global Water Partnership is to “support countries in the sustainable management of their water resources.”

Did you know? A quarter of the world’s population is without safe drinking water.

Why not take a look at water aid, a website dedicated to raising awareness of water related issues.

Did you know? One-third of all deaths in developing nations are caused by contaminated water.

E4S provides teachers with lesson planning materials on the sustainable use of water, textiles and timber resources and issues surrounding waste management

Did you know? A child dies every 15 seconds from diseases associated with lack of access to safe water and sanitation.