Join Salva in NYC & NJ for
World Water Day Events
March 24 & 25
10th Annual Human Rights Conference at Kean University
Half-Empty - The Depths of the Global Water Crisis
Friday, March 24, 2017
WFSS Founder Salva Dut will be a keynote speaker at the 10th Annual Human Rights Conference at Kean University in Union, NJ. Join Salva and WFSS, along with Enough Project Co-Founder John Prendergast.
Special fundraising dinner for WFSS Thursday, March 23 - more details to come.
Turning on the tap and getting clean water to quench our thirst, wash our bodies and cook our food cannot be taken for granted. The United Nations has declared that access to safe and sanitary water is an inalienable human right, yet more than one in ten people around the world—about 663 million people—lack access to sanitary water. This global crisis is evident in communities facing contamination, infrastructure problems and water scarcity around the world. Together, we can end this threat to human survival.
Join us at the 10th Annual Conference of the Human Rights Institute at Kean University.
Salva Dut at Trinity Institute 2017, NYC
Just Water Family Day
Saturday, March 25, 10am–4pm
St. Paul’s Chapel at Trinity Church Wall Street
Water fun & education for the whole family
Come take part in an activity-filled exploration of water and climate change issues for kids of all ages.
This day-long event includes science shows, music, and storytelling, and features a presentation by WFSS Founder Salva Dut.