In celebration of World Water Day, the Swarovski Waterschool are proud to share their latest Global Report which provides an overview of the impact achieved in collaboration with their partners globally in 2021.
World Water Day is on March 22 every year. It is an annual United Nations Observance, that celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2 billion people currently living without access to safe water. The Swarovski Waterschool celebrates this day by sharing their latest global report, which includes its impact worldwide educating 760,000 students, engaging 15,000 teachers and involving 2,500 schools along eight of the world’s major rivers since inception.
With the publication of the Swarovski Waterschool’s Global Report, this is the perfect time to reflect on the challenging past year and the incredible resilience of its global partners who adapted as best they could under the circumstances. Many countries faced school closures for most of the year which had a devastating impact of children’s educational opportunities.
The Swarovski Waterschool projects in Uganda, India and Brazil were still able to continue work on the infrastructure in the schools to provide safe drinking water and sanitation facilities despite being closed for an extended period. These school closures did not prevent communities still benefitting from the improved facilities. Even during these challenging times, their partners continued to reach students and communities to carry out the important work looking after people and planet.
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