In recognition of World Water Day, Nestlé Waters brought together factory workers and children from the local community in Banha to educate them about the importance of water conservation in Egypt. Through a partnership with the Ministry of Education, each year Nestlé Water works with thousands of children to support educational awareness and innovation in understanding and developing sustainable solutions for water conservation.
This year, Nestlé Waters Egypt is working with over 30 schools in the Banha area to educate almost 12,000 children on the importance of water conservation. Banha is the capital of the Qalyubia governorate in north-eastern Egypt.
Talking about the Nestlé Waters initiative, spokesperson Zaid Walid Albitar said: “Raising awareness of the need to consider our water usage is a prime concern for the country and for us at Nestlé. We must work to educate future generations on the challenges they will face and the ways in which water can be conserved if we are to address the water consumption challenges we are already facing.”