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Catholic bishops from the UK and Zimbabwe have joined people across the world in walking with water this week in support of a campaign to highlight water poverty.
For the first time in ten years, Botswana's Bushmen are ready to celebrate World Water Day as they enjoy unobstructed access to the life-giving substance.
Humanitarian and advocacy groups are marking the 22 March commemoration of World Water Day with renewed focus on the need for "water justice."
Church World Service is urging the United States to accelerate its efforts to help meet current and future water needs for all, by urging Congress to approve US $500 million in global funding for safe drinking water and sanitation.
As the world marks World Water Day, the NGO Survival International has pointed out that Bushmen in Botswana are marking eight years without access to a regular supply of water.
March 22 is the UN's World Water Day, so I wanted to mention a remarkable book by a good friend of Ekklesia (and an Ekklesia Partner) Annette Allen, which she is using to help raise funds for clean wa
In the US churches are being encouraged to take practical and theological responsibility for conservation as part of a global initiative in coping with water scarcity.
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Quakers in Britain have issued a statement following the referendum.
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