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Uganda Water and Environment Week 2018 (UWEWK)

The Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE) in collaboration with key partners will hold its 1st ever Uganda Water and Environment Week (UWEWK) to coincide with the annual commemoration of the World: World Water Day 2018; International Day of Forests, 2018; and Meteorology Day, 2018. MWE has planned a week long events from 17th – 23rd March 2018 to commemorate these celebrated days. The theme for the UWEWK 2018 is, “Water and Environment a catalyst for achieving Middle Income Status. 2020

Environmental Alert and ENR-CSO network will participate in the UWEWK through rolling out the following interventions: Active participation in the UWEWK week long engagements at the Directorate of Water Resources Management Complex in Entebbe. For instance, Best practices, lessons and recommendations for sustainable environment and natural resources management will be shared with stakeholders at the exhibition stall for Environmental Alert and ENR-CSO Network.

Environmental Alert presents the key messages based on the themes for the International Day of Forests; World Metrological Day and World Water Day. For details

Celebrated International Days 2018.

International Celebrated Day 2018 International Theme Date Information
a) International Day of Forests Forest and Sustainable Cities. 21st March 2018  details
b) World Metrological Day Understanding Clouds means Understanding Climate. 23rd March 2018 details
c) World Water Day Nature for Water will show the potential of nature-based solutions for water and how they can be considered for water management policy and practice. 22nd March 2018 details


March to May (MAM) constitutes the first major rainfall season in Uganda. During the 48th Climate Outlook Forum for the Greater Horn of Africa held in Mombasa, Kenya from 12th to 13th February 2018, the national, regional and international climate scientists reviewed the state of the global climate system and its implications on the seasonal rainfall over the East African region. Readmore

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