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World Wetlands Day 2nd Feb 2024, theme "Wetlands and Human Wellbeing".


It is urgent that we raise national and global awareness about wetlands in order to reverse their rapid loss and encourage actions to conserve and restore them. World Wetlands Day is the ideal time to increase people’s understanding of these critically important ecosystems.
Wetlands and Human Wellbeing” is the theme for World Wetlands Day 2024. In Kenya, the event will be held at Lake Narasha (Timboroa Dam). This year’s campaign spotlights how interconnected wetlands and human life are — with people drawing sustenance, inspiration and resilience from these productive ecosystems. Importantly, the theme for 2024 underscores how all aspects of human wellbeing are tied to the health of the world’s wetlands. It calls on each of us to value and steward our wetlands. Every wetland matters. Every effort counts.
Date. : 2nd February 2024
Venue. : Lake Narasha (Timboroa Dam)-Timboroa Primary School.
Theme. : Wetlands and Human Well Being
Slogan. : Healthy Wetlands for Healthy Communities
BUILD UP ACTIVITIES
• Tree growing (1st and 2nd February 2024)
• Timboroa Run (5 and 10 KM) (1st February)
• Bird Survey (28th January)
• Community Forum.

https://www.nema.go.ke/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=397:world-wetlands-day-2024&catid=10:news-and-events&Itemid=556



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  • George Kariuki

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    This is a crucial and timely initiative.

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      • DIPANJANA MAULIK

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        Actually, wetlands are the kidneys of ecosystem. We can not survive without our kidneys. Unfortunately, we do not remember it In till or unless it starts malfunctioning.

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        • Joseph Githinji

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          Wetlands are so essential for a healthy ecosystem and must be protected by all means posible

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          • Princess

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            This is a positive reminder of the link between these ecosystems and our overall welfare.

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            • zelda ninga

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              Wetlands play a crucial role in many state and tribal fishing economies. Wetlands are also preserved to provide feeding and resting grounds for migratory birds and to create habitat corridors for wildlife populations. These services generate state and tribal commercial, recreational, and aesthetic benefits as welL.

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