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Conservation & management of Water Resource is essential – Opinion by different Eminent Personalities in the state level workshop of Ecosavers Youth Network and PECUC

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Bhubaneswar , 30 Th July 2016: (By Mano Mani Singh)-Water conservation is essential for our future generation, Sj Pradeep Jena, IAS ,Principal Secretary of Water Resource Department ,Govt of Odisha told in the today’s state level workshop. A state level workshop on “Water Resource Management- save water & save live” is organised by  People’s Cultural Centre (PECUC) with the support of AdoptionsCentrum in collaboration with  ECOSAVERS Youth Network at Redcross Bhawan, Bhubaneswar. Sj Pradeep Jena, Senior administrator  & Chief Guest advised the youths for proper use and management water which can help conservation  of water . Odisha have 11% of water out of total water in India. But it is unfortunate that the people of  Odisha still suffer water deficiency. Efforts must be from both Government and private level for  prioritizing water conservation.  Sj Dillip Kumar Routray, Joint secretary, Govt of Odisha told that mass awareness is required for water  conservation and proper utilisation. Youths must act as change maker for a green and healthy world.  AdoptionsCentrum Country Director Mrs. Rubi Rout told that we are misusing the water used in our  home. In this regard, it is essential to reuse the waste water. Among others, participating in the  discussion, Dr Rajendra Prasad Mishra, Expert and Ranjan Kumar Mohanty, Secretary, PECUC told that  efforts and steps must be taken from every level to stop misuse of water and conserve water to ensure  a safe and healthy life. Mrs. Anuradha Mohanty, Executive Director of PECUC coordinated the workshop.  Among others, Mr. Jyoti Shankar Mohanty and Ms. Jyoti Mohapatra of PECUC managed the programme.  75 youth representatives from ECOSAVERS Youth Network members from different districts of State  participated in the workshop.

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