Secretary Clinton To Deliver Remarks for World Water Day

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
March 22, 2010
World Water Day 2010 Replay

Update: Watch the Secretary's remarks here.

On World Water Day, March 22, 2010, Secretary Clinton will deliver remarks at the National Geographic Society in Washington, DC. Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs Maria Otero will introduce Secretary Clinton. The event is co-hosted by National Geographic and Water Advocates. Watch Secretary Clinton's remarks streamed live here on DipNote and state.gov.

One out of every six people lacks safe drinking water and two out of every five people lack adequate sanitation. By 2025, nearly two-thirds of the world's population will be living under water stressed conditions and approximately one billion people will face absolute water scarcity. Implications are widespread ranging from health, gender equity, child survival and education to the environment, poverty and peace and security. World Water Day raises public consciousness of these challenges and seeks to ensure that safe, affordable and sustainable drinking water, sanitation and hygiene is accessible for all people around the world.

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Comments

palgye
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South Korea
March 22, 2010

Palgye in South Korea writes:

Dear to Secretary Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton,

Passed. Is glad. Is glad as it is. If there is not support which is not visible and thinks a more difficult thing. Thanks.

If as what speaks, expresses a mysterious feeling, is difficult. Thanks.

By the way, in if, when again also like this case occurs, will not talk without what kind of support.

To seem in press, to indicate an intimate feeling with time and the method which are appropriate thinks was a work which is possible. I action what kind of and boils and thinks. But, thinks that personage a thanks. (Is to like this politics?)

If, existence and unjust or even answer is not, sebding, the thanks where the sincerity is put in.

There will be a chance which is the possibility of meeting?

P.S Sees LIVE, now the residence of choice from the country last, is vindication. That like also the work people who live stay out repeatedly, speaks ...... whereIs a vindication.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

rizal
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Alaska, USA
March 22, 2010

Rizal in Alaska writes:

I agree Secretary Clinton will deliver remarks at the National Geographic Society in Washington, DC. Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs Maria Otero will introduce Secretary Clinton. The event is co-hosted by National Geographic and Water Advocates.

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