The World Health Day is celebrated by the people all across the world every year on 7th of April under the leadership of World Health Organisation (WHO) to draw the mass people attention towards the importance of global health. The World Health Assembly was held first time in the year 1948 in Geneva, Switzerland by the WHO where it was decided to commemorate the World Health Day annually on 7th of April.
Sports are all kinds of physical game, moving, and competition and they have historically played an important role in all societies, in the form of competitive sport or physical activity. It is a tool for training, progress, and peace and it supports unity, patience, understanding, and health, both mental and physical, at all levels of society. The power of sport is to enhance life skills of young people for a better world and to advance gender equality.
World Water Day celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. It is about taking action to tackle the global water crisis. A core focus of World Water Day is to support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030. Water is an essential building block of life. It is more than just essential to quench thirst or protect health.
Racial discrimination is a poison that diminishes individuals and societies, perpetuates inequality and feeds anger, bitterness, and violence. The fight against racism and all forms of discrimination is a mainstay of peace and social cohesion, especially in our increasingly diverse societies. On the occasion of International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, WAY calls on young people, member organisations and partners to step up their efforts to build a more inclusive, more giving and fairer world.
In this challenging time that the world is going through right now, let us all unite and win the fight against COVID-19 by being safe, informed, and kind to one another. Let us all be happy and healthy during this worldwide quarantine by promoting and advancing unity and solidarity at home, community, and society at large. Happiness is a sense of wellbeing, joy, or contentment and a lifestyle, whose importance and interpretation cannot be standardised.