The exhibition 'Stories through water' UNICEF reaches colleges Vera

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Félix López during a visit to a school.

Exposure 'stories through water', UNICEF and promoted by the Diputación de Almería, It has reached the schools in the municipality of Vera, where you can visit these days.

Mayor Vera, Felix Lopez, together with the Councillor for Education, Maria Montoya, They have visited the collection of photographs in the foyer of CEIP Reyes Católicos, which they have highlighted the importance of these activities to raise awareness, starting with younger children, of the importance of water, a very scarce resource in our area, but especially in some developing countries. The exhibition will then move to the CEIP and Cuatro Canos, finally, CEIP Angel Haro. This activity is part of the program of the Department of Education and Health on the occasion of the celebration of the International Day of Children's Rights.
UNICEF believes that the spread of this exhibition in the municipalities of the province is essential to visualize the problems faced by children in other parts of the world. This is a sample consisting of a total of 18 exhibitors, They are making a tour through photographs and texts, different stories of lives in countries around the world with water as a common denominator. Water is so essential to human life as the air we breathe, however, in the world, next to 900 million people lack access to safe drinking water and half of households do not have adequate sanitation.
This exhibition is committed to promoting in the municipalities and schools plans in advocacy of the rights of children, giving the prominence it deserves child and youth participation. The aim is to mobilize the almerienses families the right to access to drinking water of millions of children worldwide. Young people can learn the municipality on issues of international cooperation and human development through games and pictures. Know other realities and to share their views on the situation of children generates, also, rich learning experiences.