Saudi Arabia’s new Global Water Organization to be based in Riyadh

Saudi Arabia's new Global Water Organization to be based in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia's new Global Water Organization to be based in Riyadh

Saudi Arabia’s new Global Water Organization to be based in Riyadh

In a move aimed at bolstering worldwide efforts to combat water-related challenges, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has unveiled plans for the establishment of a global water organization. This organization will have its headquarters situated in Riyadh.


The primary objective of this organization is to harmonize and support the endeavors of governments and various entities in ensuring the sustainable management of water resources on a global scale. It is envisioned as a platform for the exchange of knowledge, the advancement of cutting-edge technologies, the cultivation of innovation, and the sharing of experiences in research and development.

Moreover, the organization will actively encourage the initiation and funding of high-priority projects that are geared toward safeguarding the long-term availability and accessibility of water resources for all.

This initiative underscores Saudi Arabia’s unwavering commitment to addressing the pressing challenges associated with global water supply. It is firmly in line with Saudi Arabia’s persistent dedication to environmental sustainability, a commitment that has been exemplified through the nation’s noteworthy accomplishments in the domains of water production, transportation, and distribution. These achievements have been made possible through the utilization of locally developed innovative solutions.

(Credit: Arab News)

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