WWF Pakistan conducts training for resilient women water managers of twin cities

 

 

WWF Pakistan chapter on Thursday shared information that women around the world spend a total of 200 million hours collecting water, and stressed, water availability determines whether their day would be happy or frustrating.

Under the Australia-Pakistan Water Security Initiative, WWF-Pakistan is working with these resilient water managers to understand their experiences and facilitate them in sustainably addressing the water challenges in the twin cities—of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

WWF said, “Water conservation lies at the heart of better water management and women remain the pivot for success.”

Earlier, Australia supported Pakistan’s bushfire recovery efforts in Balochistan through Queensland Fire and Emergency Services. Qld FES provided remote assistance to support local firefighting efforts through planning, intelligence, predictive analysis, and mitigation strategies.