This is a cartoon film on saving water.
About the Nile RAK Project. The ‘Nile River Awareness Kit’ (Nile RAK) project is a collaborative partnership between the Nile Transboundary Environmental Action Project (NTEAP) of the Nile Basin Initiative (NBI) and a project team led by Hatfield Consultants Ltd. (Hatfield) and supported by Strata360 and the FAO. The goal of the Nile RAK project is to promote sustainable management and use of the environment and resources within the Nile Basin.
Despite its humble origins below the Atlanta airport, the Flint River is undeniably one of the South's most precious natural resources. Generations have enjoyed the river as a resource to water communities, farms and industry alike, but also as an opportunity to experience the natural world through hunting, fishing, swimming and paddling.
The River Awareness Kit (RAK) is an approach to information sharing pioneered in the Mekong River Basin by Hatfield Consultants. RAKs are interactive web-based tools aimed at local river basin institutions and stakeholders. Their purpose is to facilitate an inclusive and transparent approach to IWRM at a river basin level.