Saudis Establish Global Water Organization

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced Monday that the Gulf kingdom, responding to warnings that world water consumption is set to double in the coming decades, has launched an international body aimed at funding and promoting water sustainability projects in developing nations.

The new Riyadh-based Global Water Organization plans to foster innovation, development experiences, exchange expertise, advance technology, and share research in the fields of water and sanitation to address global water supply challenges.

Per the SPA, the agency would ensure the sustainability of water resources and their accessibility for everyone by promoting the establishment and funding of high-priority projects alongside nations with significant expertise and contributions to water solutions but failed to mention any partners by name.

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