UNESCO joins USO India for Water Conservation Programme


Even the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has Combined the USO India and Also Toonz Media Group along the Entire Water conservation awareness programme for Both students.


In spite of that water conservation programme, the students have generated the animation videos which will be published to the occasion of World Water Day on March 22, 2021. It’s going to soon be issued as a part of”H2Ooooh! — Waterwise Program” for its school students. This programme is organised in partnership with the National Mission for Clean Ganga, Water Consume magazine, United Schools Organization India (USO India) and Toonz Media Group.

H2Ooooh! – Waterwise Program

The water conservation programme has been launched by the UNESCO New Delhi in September 2020. This programme has been started for school kids of India. The plan promotes the faculty kids at age group of 6-14 years to publish the story thoughts and animations with respect for the rising water disaster in India. This programme was broken up in three stages. It aims to improve creativity and enhance the awareness of water conservation and the sustainable utilization one of the school students. Since the initiation of the programme, around 17,000 students of 43 schools across India have been participated from the programme.

First Phase

Under the initial phase of the assignment, universities held that the screenings of 2 4 cartoon videos in English in addition to Hindi. The videos are made on different water problems for the students of Class I to VIII. These pictures have been originally developed by the UNESCO Venice. It was translated into Hindi, by the UNESCO New Delhi Office.

Second Phase

The second phase was implemented in December 2020. During this phase, a competition was initiated in schools to pick top ideas. A total of 2000 students participated in qualifier round out of which 93 students were selected to undergo the training by Toonz Media.

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