To help people become aware citizens, to make them aware of their environment so that they become actors of change by being able to implement concrete and sustainable solutions in their city or neighbourhood.
City of Geneva, GIAP, Child Dept., Infras Dept.
IRHA has increasingly seen the need to [re]think water management by leveraging this resource, its expertise and its network to strengthen the FGC's MOs in promoting different local and contextualized solutions.
Against a backdrop of increasing pressure on water supplies, access to this drinkable resource for everyone, everywhere, represents a major challenge for our societies.
As such, rainwater is a freely available resource that can play a vital role, with little environmental impact, in fulfilling this human right.
To enable children to become active citizens; to become aware of their environment; and to be able to implement concrete and sustainable solutions in their city.
No more depressing long rainy days, the IRHA puts the rain back in the spotlight by making poems appear in the city (on rainy days).
My street, my neighbourhood, change starts at my door. My little Geneva aims to help young people become aware of their environment and be able to implement concrete and sustainable solutions in their city.