Nestlé Pakistan continued Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) by conducting training sessions with partner institutions in the capital city of Islamabad, which was then extended nationwide. The participants in the sessions are provided with a WET guide and a training kit. Through various exercises, they are taught how important water is for the human body and for the planet, among other information.
During last year, about 26,000 children and 90 teachers were educated on how to use water with responsibility. This initiative by Nestlé Pakistan falls under the umbrella of its larger Creating Shared Value (CSV) efforts, to promote water sustainability for future generations, and will utilize the already existing partnerships which the Nestlé Healthy Kids program has with educational institutions across the country.