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Education

Water Conservation Education

Education on Water Conservation

The Water Supplies Department (WSD) strives to promote water conservation to the public through various channels. In particular, WSD has devoted much effort to school education with the aim of nurturing a water conservation culture amongst the younger generation. WSD launched the “Water: Learn & Conserve – Teaching Kit for Liberal Studies” for secondary education in 2011 and “Cherish Water Campus” Integrated Education Programme for primary schools in 2015, as well as further extended the pilot "Cherish Water Campus" Kindergarten Education Programme to kindergartens in 2017/18 school year. The three programmes provide a wide range of resources and interactive activities facilitating learning in a progressive way to enable students to get to know more about water as a precious resource and as a necessity for sustaining life on earth thereby inspiring them to think about the principle of saving water and also water conservation as a civic responsibility.


Cherish Water Campus Kindergarten Education Programme - kindergarten
Cherish Water Campus Integrated Education Programme - Primary School(Image)
Water: Learn and Conserve - Liberal Studies - Secondary School(Image)