Key petitions will be delivered by the WaterAid Country Representative, UNICEF WASH Section Chief and the WASH Forum Coordinator targeting the minister to seriously consider making WASH a top priority. To raise awareness for the need for improved water and sanitation a group of school children will be reciting poems on why access to safe water and sanitation are important to them. In addition a testimony will be read by someone who has experienced lack of access to water and sanitation and its devastating effects firsthand!
The walk will be lead by a police marching band and with our key messages carried on banners and placards as well as printed on t-shirts. The Walk will be publicized on a live radio programme and promoted through adverts on both radio and TV. There will also be some cultural performances at the Arcades to end the walk, all making for a very exciting day!