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Saudi Arabia on Monday, 4 September 2023, launched a new international organization that will finance and promote a number of projects in developing countries. The Saudi Press news agency reported that Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman was the one who initiated the formation of this organization, which is called the Global Water Organization and is headquartered in the capital city of Riyadh.

“This organization is designe to exchange expertise, cutting-edge technology, encourage innovation, exchange research and develop experiences in the field of water and sanitation,” the Saudi Press reported.
In the report, it was also state that the establishment of the Global Water Organization was intende by Saudi Arabia to emphasize its commitment to overcoming a number of problems regarding the world’s water supply. The Global Water Organization will promote the establishment and funding of priority projects, ensuring that water resources are sustainable and accessible to everyone.

The plan is that the Saudi Arabian government will allocate funds of around USD 6 billion (Rp. 91 billion) for water-related projects in the world.

Not only that, Saudi Arabia also hopes to collaborate with other countries in dealing with water problems and countries that have expertise and contributions in solving water problems, especially since by 2050 world water demand will double.
In recent years, Saudi Arabia has launched a number of ongoing projects. Previously in November 2023, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced that Saudi Arabia would contribute around USD 2.5 billion (Rp. 38 trillion) to the Middle East Green Initiative project. This project is also supporte by Russia, China, the United States and a number of other countries to create a better living environment by reducing carbon emissions. Which is also part of efforts to combat climate change.
Findings from the United Nations which were publishe in March 2023 reveale that there are around 2 billion people in the world. Currently lacking access to drinking water. That number is about 26 percent of the world population. was also found around 2 billion 3 billion. People experience water scarcity at least once a month. Not only that, there are around 3.6 billion people who do not get sanitation services. The United Nations warns that these problems could worsen in the future as extreme and prolonged droughts increase.

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