List of World Awareness Days

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List of World Awareness Days

In a move drawing attention towards various global awareness initiatives, we compiled a list of calendar events that give our readers a summary of Global Awareness Initiatives on various issues such as health, education, conservation, sanitation and more.

We will see below the list of such major events and their implementations in Nepal on the said dates:

Here it Goes! 

 

Global Awareness Days- A Glance At Nepal’s Case
Date Day Theme
3-Mar Open Data Day International Open Data Day promotes awareness and emphasized on the usage of open data. Dedicated activities for this day include, talks, seminars, demonstrations, hackathons, trainings or the announcement of open data releases or achievements related to the cause. Coding events also take place in some countries.  Read More…
22-Mar World Water Day World Water Day is observed to stress on the importance of freshwater and sustainable management of its resources. A variety of events focused on the day include educational, theatrical, musical or lobbying. Read More…
23-Mar World Meteorological Day World Meteorological Day celebrates the formation of the World Meteorological Organization in 1950. With an aim to promote meteorological and hydrological services, various events are conducted on this day, every year, including symposia, exhibitions and conferences intended for community leaders, meteorological professionals and the public. Read More…
28-Mar World Theater Day Initiated in 1961, World Theater Day was introduced by International Theater Institute (ITI) to encourage theatre art. A number of national and international theater events are conducted to mark this day. Read More…
3-Apr World Autism Day This day encourages member states of the United Nations to implement awareness campaigns for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, worldwide. On this day, hundreds of buildings, homes, communities and landmarks, connected by an international community, use blue lights as a mark of their support for people suffering from Autism. Read More…
17-Apr World Hemophilia Day World Haemophilia Day is celebrated to increase awareness about haemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders across the globe. It was initiated by the World Health Organization on April 17 to mark the birthday of World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) founder, Frank Schnabel. Read More…
18-Apr World Earth Day World Earth Day is observed to highlight the importance of conservation and preserving our natural resources while fighting pollutants like plastic, industrial waste, pesticides and more. About one billion people in more than 190 countries take part in the largest initiative every year, which includes planting of trees, participation in marches, signing of petitions and more. Read More…
1-May International Labor Day Also known as World Labor Day, this observance is a commemoration of the working classes across the world celebrated on May 1 every year. The day is a public holiday for many organizations across the world. Read More…
9-May World Thalassemia Day World Thalassemia Day is marked to increase global awareness about the disease among the global audience. This day was established by the World Health Organization in order to discuss prevention and transmission measures. Read More…
2nd Sunday of May Mother’s Day Celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year, the World Mother’s Day commemorates mothers across the world. On this day, child honors their mothers with gifts, flowers, a day off from household chores or more. Read More…
31-May World No Tobacco Day The World No Tobacco Day is observed to increase awareness on tobacco-related health issues. It motivates people to maintain a 24-hour abstinence from all tobacco usage. Read More…
05-Jun World Environment Day The World Environment Day is an UN initiative celebrated to encourage awareness and action to protect the environment. Over the decades, the initiative has gone wide-spread across the world to more than 100 countries.
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12-Jun World Day Against Child Labor An initiative of the International Labor Organisation (ILO), the World Day Against Child Labor (WDACL) is observed globally on June 12th of every year as a movement to raise awareness about the menace of child labor and ways to control it. Read More…
Published: June 7, 2018 | Author:


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