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Get involved campaign „To give the world water“ – Every photo counts

20. March 2019 - World
For this year's World Water Day we want to trigger a wave of photos in social media. Anyone can take part and set an example with a photo - for the human right to access to clean drinking water.

Who are you going to hand the water to today? I'm sure you already have a good idea. Why not give your partner a glass of water on World Water Day or give it to your colleague or sports team. And don't forget to take pictures. Because every photo of a water-filled container on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter counts.

Just upload it and write who or what the water will be given by you.

For our campaign we recommend the following hashtags:

Let your imagination run wild. Also photos of the water bowl of the cat, of a watering can or the rain barrel with slogan can take part. The most creative photographer gets a surprise at the end.


Social media are a great way to use fun and creativity to draw attention to a topic that is close to our hearts: the human right to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation.

As a contribution to the implementation of this right, arche noVa calls for donations for the WASH project in Lebanon at this year's World Water Day. Our participation action is to contribute likewise somewhat to it. Therefore we are glad that we could inspire in advance our promoters of many years, the SZ Reisen GmbH and LeFee advertising agency GmbH, for the action.

Thanks to this support, every publicly posted photo is transformed into one euro that flows into our project in Lebanon. The more photos that come together, the better, because a child in the project area can be supplied with water at his school for one year for only 10 Euros.

In total, arche noVa supports 60,000 people in 30 communities with the WASH project in Lebanon. We rehabilitate and supplement drinking water and service water systems, from which local people and people fled Syria benefit equally. This also applies to the water supply in 36 schools, where many Syrian children are also taught. Our commitment is working: With a predecessor project, we succeeded in providing 9.5 million litres of drinking water every day for 91,700 people in the region.