From Words to Action: Join the 10th World Water Forum and Drive Meaningful Change!

Water is a precious resource that sustains life on our planet. However, its availability and quality are increasingly threatened by climate change, pollution, and unsustainable practices. As the world grapples with these challenges, it is imperative for us to move from mere discussions to tangible actions. The 10th World Water Forum provides a unique opportunity for global collaboration and participation.

The Indonesian government, in collaboration with relevant institutions, cordially invites the private sector, academia, and the public, including youth and the media, to contribute to the success of the 10th World Water Forum, scheduled to be held in Bali, on May 18th to 24th, 2024. This forum is essential in addressing the critical water issues and driving sustainable change.

The Urgency of Global Participation

Access to clean water and sanitation is a fundamental human right. Nevertheless, billions of people worldwide still struggle to fulfill these basic needs. According to the United Nations, approximately 2.2 billion people still lack access to safely managed drinking water services, while 4.2 billion people lack adequate sanitation facilities. These alarming statistics underscore the urgency of global participation in finding innovative solutions to combat the water crisis.

The 10th World Water Forum aims to convene diverse stakeholders from across the globe to address this critical issue. By engaging individuals and organizations from the private sector, academia, and the general public, the forum provides a platform for collaborations and the exchanges of innovative ideas. Through collective action, we can drive meaningful changes towards a more sustainable future for water.

Indonesia Takes the Lead

Indonesia, a nation with abundant water resources, together with the World Water Council, will co-host the 10th World Water Forum in Bali. The Indonesian government recognizes the importance of sustainable water management and is committed to leading efforts in this domain.

The government's invitation to stakeholders, including the private sector, academia, and the general public, highlights its commitment to inclusivity and its belief that everyone has a role in addressing the water crisis. By fostering global participation, Indonesia aims to harness the collective expertise and resources necessary to drive tangible changes for water.

The 10th World Water Forum: A Platform for Action

The 10th World Water Forum is a vital platform for translating ideas into actions. The forum will bring together policymakers, academics, industries, NGOs, and representatives from local communities to discuss and develop practical solutions to water-related challenges.

Under the theme "Water for Shared Prosperity," the 10th World Water Forum aims to achieve universal access to sustainable water management practices. Participants will have the opportunity to share their experiences, knowledge and best practices, and also their success stories.

Moreover, the forum will address crucial issues such as water scarcity, water pollution, and climate change adaptation. Through workshops and panel discussions, participants will collectively identify strategies to overcome these challenges. The outcomes of the forum will serve as guidelines for policymakers, providing all the information on policies and initiatives that prioritize water sustainability.

Register Now!

Indonesia cordially invites the global community to actively participate in the 10th World Water Forum. Through collaboration and sharing of knowledge, we can develop sustainable solutions, leverage innovative technologies, and shape effective policies to address the water crisis! 

Now it's time to move from words to action and make a significant impact. By participating in the 10th World Water Forum, individuals or organizations can contribute to a future of water for shared prosperity. Register now here!

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