Catch the Drop Campaign – HSBC Water Programme and Ministry of Energy and Health

Without water, there would be no life on our planet. It is a basic requirement for all life. Yet water supplies are facing increasing demands from users. It has become a limited and vulnerable resource which is vital to protect. Water is a precious and threatened resource which we must all conserve for the future. In 1992, the UN General Assembly designated 22nd March of each year as the World Water Day.

The Ministry for Resources and Rural Affairs launched on the 25th February 2011, the Catch the Drop Campaign to raise awareness that saving water is a concern for us all and to show that one’s behaviour may be adapted to achieve responsible and sustainable usage. Each one of us can be instrumental to help conserve such an indispensable resource.

Each year Catch the Drop travels around schools in Malta raising awareness in different manners.  Currently, the Catch the Drop campaign is being supported by the ministry of Energy and Health and the HSBC Water Programme.

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More information and resources can be found in the Facebook link here.

Information about water and the HSBC Water Programme can be found in the links below.