Muscat: Water induces cooperation between nations, a geography professor pointed out at an event to observe World Water Day 2013.
What does WWD stand for?
WWD stands for World Water Day (March 22nd)
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We have 45 other meanings of WWD in our Acronym Attic
- US Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District
- Wastewater Discharge
- Weather Working Day (Shipping)
- Web Worker Daily (blog)
- Westward (weather reports)
- Wildwood (Amtrak station code; Wildwood, FL)
- Wind Wave Direction
- Women's Wear Daily (newspaper)
- Words With Dots (like X.25, X.400, Etc)
- Worker's World Party
- World Wide Database
- World Wide Domination
- Wrong Way Driver (transportation)
- Wassa West District Assembly (Ghana)
- West Wales Dyslexia Association (Swansea, Wales, UK)
- Withlacoochee Workforce Development Authority
- Women with Disabilities Australia
- World Wrack Diving Association (various locations)
- Water Well Drillers Board
- World Wide Data Base (Aerospace)
Samples in periodicals archive:
During the welcome address of a seminar organised by UNESCO in collaboration with COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, on the occasion of World Water Day 2013, Director UNESCO, Islamabad, Dr Kozue Kay Nagata, stressed the burning need to invest in knowledge to address the issues of water and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in holistic manner.
The President, in his message on the occasion of World Water Day being observed on March 22, said that the government had taken a number of steps to ensure safe drinking water to the people to promote greater international cooperation for the conservation of water.
The rallying call from pupils at Blaydon West Primary in Gateshead is for World Water Day on March 22 in aid of water aid charity, Just a Drop.
It honoured top five intermediate students who took part in the short awareness story competition, held as part of the World Water Day festivities on March 21.
Conceived for World Water Day (22 March), the River Basin Game uses marbles to simulate water competition and water sharing within a river catchment.
Summary: The failure to start conserving the country's water resources could soon lead to conflicts, Minister Bassil said Thursday at a World Water Day event in Beirut.