The United Nations (UN) Principal Peace Ambassador for Ghana and General Overseer of The Pottersville Church International, Covenant Christian Leadership College, Dr. Samuel Ben Owusu has appealed to the United Nations, a non-governmental organization (NGO), to help Ghana achieve its goals. water system is developed sustainably.
He observed that Ghana is facing the threat of illegal mining (galamsey), which is polluting water bodies in the country.
Situation, Amb. Dr. Samuel Owusu noted that it can affect the water sustainability in the country, which may affect future generations, so it is necessary to save the current situation.
He made the appeal at the United Nations Global Water Sustainability Conference held in New York, United Nations Assembly Hall, in the United States (USA).
The three-day event held from March 22 to March 24, 2023 is aimed at reaffirming internationally agreed water-related goals and targets including the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The program featured statements from the Secretary-General of the United Nations, HE Antonio Gutierrez, the President of the Conference, the President of the General Assembly and the Chairman of the UN Air.
Delegations from member states, the European Union, the Government of the United States, Members of the Association of Regional Commissions, Intergovernmental Organizations, International Financial Institutions, Specialized Organizations, NGOs, and the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC),
Amb. Dr Samuel Owusu represented the West Africa Mission of the International Association of World Peace Advocates and Ghana.
Speaking at the Conference, he said, “Although our President, the government has done well, we need organizations, NGOs, we need the United Nations to also help us to build a very sustainable water system in our country.”
Meanwhile, the Peace Ambassador said that in addition to building contacts with people interested in water development in various countries, he also learned a lot about how technology is used to develop water and is willing to partner with these countries for water development. body of water.
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