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PM Narendra Modi: First Lady Melania, your presence here is an honour for us. The work you did for healthy and happy America is yielding its result. The work you did for children and the society is commendable. ”India-US relations are no longer just another partnership. It is a far greater and closer relationship. One is ‘land of the free’ the other believes the world is one family. One feels proud of ‘statue of liberty’ the other feels proud of statue of unity”, he added.

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24 Comments

  1. Shoaib Ali

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Yato boi bat Hui ki bhas ka agga been bajana

  2. Ekansh Tiwari

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Jo foreigners yaha bol rahe hain ki Modi ko English nahi aati hai… To unko samjha du… India ki pehchan Hindi language hai or india ka PM hone ki wajeh se Modi ji apne desh ki pehchan ko promote kar rahe hain… English is not India's language but hindi is.

  3. RAMCHARAN SAHU

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Modiji

  4. Waqas Ahmed

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    isko english tu sikha daity kam sy kam. Har jaga india ki beaziti krwata hai yeh loru. Or itny pagal huwy ja rahy hu yaar trump k liye

  5. Waqas Ahmed

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Kashmir mai zulm band karu zalimo

  6. Amit Kumar

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Laura wala desh ki jai….Laura wala randi industry ki jai..

  7. Tanmir Khan

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    English bolna nahi aata he

  8. M.N. Thakur

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Fenkte raho janta murkh hai
    Janta ka paisa udate raho

  9. Rais Patel

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Trump ke Sar Ke Upar Se nikal Jayegi Hindi angreji to Aati Nahin Hamen

  10. Mr. S

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    0:30
    Echo testing 🤣🤣

  11. l n

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    How much u paid for the people come ? nonsense speech of Modi

  12. Karan Goyal

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Modi ke bolne per comment box me kuch kutte bokhe rehe he

    Jai hind jai Bharat 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

    I real Indian 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🔥🔥🔥🔥

  13. मुल्लो जल रहे है बदबू आ रही है 😂😂

  14. Javed Khan

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Salaam trump &your family's

  15. Matteo C

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    India loves Trump

  16. shivani shingane

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Good job modiji 🤗🤗

  17. SUSHIL KUMAR

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    MODI JINDABAD

  18. Hassam Malik

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Chutiya modi

  19. Junior Devil

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Mullo ke gaand jalre hai

  20. Amit kumar

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Wo hindi smj rha h kya😂😉 bc ..
    Jay hind jay bharat ☺

  21. Miskhat Verma

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Chutiyeee .
    Namastey Hindi ka word hai na ki sanskrit .

  22. Samkhanshahab Khan

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    2 liar 2 feku modi mc

  23. Poonam Don

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    Namo Namo 🙏🙏🙏🙏

  24. Raju Patel

    25.02.2020 at 02:48

    English 😀

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The Sustainable Development Goals, established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015, have set a clear path and target for us. Goal Six seeks to achieve universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all in the next 10 years.

With a growing global population, the demand for water remains high hence it is time for us to rethink our strategies and investments.

We can achieve this through investment insufficient infrastructure, protecting and restoring our water sources such as forests, protecting carbon sinks such as oceans and wetlands, adopting climate-smart agricultural techniques, and increasing the safe reuse of wastewater.

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We also need more public and private partnerships to ensure that water resources and the environment are protected. Why? Because the world is a system. The decisions that were made many years ago, are affecting us today, therefore, the policies we endorse today will also greatly impact future generations.

With careful planning, investment in capacity building, effective management of water catchment areas, improved efficiency of water management and consumption, we will be able to deliver both immediate and long-term benefits to Kenyans, Africa and indeed the entire world.

At Safaricom, we are keen to restore water ecosystems by investing in their rehabilitation. We have committed to growing five million trees to restore forests to regenerate rain and increase access to water.

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