Kuwait Environment Protection Society (KEPS) yesterday said that the start of the second phase of the project is to reduce water consumption – an endeavor buoyed by the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD).
A similar project has just been completed in Jordan, while the one currently underway in Kuwait is being carried out by an environmental center affiliated with the Ministry of Education, KEPS Chairperson Wejdan Al-Oqab said.
Moreover, she noted that the previous phase was implemented in seven Arab nations and encompassed several lectures and workshops that espoused efforts to keep water consumption in check. Speaking on the second phase of the project, Al-Oqab said it deals with water conservation related to ablutions in mosques as well as domestic consumption, as she pointed out that religious faith can help induce good deeds. She also noted that water preservation is a cause embraced by numerous faiths and educational edifices.