March 22 marks the Water Day. It is an international observance where people in different parts of the world, demonstrate their concern, through organized events, regarding environmental problems of our planet and want to be part of a change in global policies and help make a difference.
This year’s theme “better water, better jobs” focuses on the vital importance of the 1.5 billion people who work in water related sectors and the connection those in that workforce which ensures its safe delivery.
The Khoren and Shooshanig Avedisian School’s «Οίκος» Club (which focuses on the importance of environmental education), jointly with the 8th graders, presented an interesting presentation to illustrate that drinking water supplies are not inexhaustible, and we must use them with care and not pollute.
The Club’s members presented a short video clip about the vital importance of water, how human activities affect the destruction and reduction of water reserves, as well as practical tips for saving water was recommended.
The eight graders, with wit and humor, through the “Assembly of Mice” play, discussed the above issues.
The Avedisian School students challenge everyone to save water while helping Mother Nature and ourselves.