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Kalam Centre launched water preservation initiative

The Dr. A.P.J Abdul kalam Centre along with Kalam Technical University, fondly remembered Dr. Kalam on his third death anniversary by organizing 3rd kalam Livable Planet Conclave (KLP)-2018 at New Delhi. Various social initiatives were undertaken at KLP-2018, benefitting the society.

As part of the commitment to the vision of the Missile Man, the organisation is conducting a 4-day event across different centers in India. It includes the launch of 'Right to Water' website and an initiative called the Dr. Kalam Memorial InnoBlu Centre to encourage startups in the water domain was also launched. Along with the 'State of Water' report, educational and infotainment material such as Water Warriors Games Kit and Comics were unveiled as a part of the Right to Water initiative.

The "Right to Water initiative" was launched by NITI Aayog Vice Chairman, Dr.Rajiv Kumar. The Right to Water initiative has been undertaken by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Centre to translate Dr. Kalam's vision for a globally competitive India into action. The project aims to create a water-secure and water-efficient India  through quality research, education innovation, volunteer connections, better community participation and governance. The project's three-pronged strategy of "Availability, Access, and Innovation" is targeted at ridding India of her ongoing water crisis and water poverty.