Bali Welcomes the World for the 10th World Water Forum 2024

Bali is set to host the prestigious 10th World Water Forum (WWF) in 2024, drawing international attention to critical global water issues. As preparations reach their peak, Bali eagerly awaits thousands of delegates from around the globe.

Theme and Objectives

Under the theme “Water for Shared Prosperity,” the forum will emphasize water’s role as a vital resource for global welfare. The event aims to:

  1. Raise Awareness and Commitment: Boost global understanding of water challenges and foster a collective drive for sustainable solutions.
  2. International Collaboration: Encourage cooperation among countries, sectors, and communities in water management.
  3. Innovation and Technology: Showcase and promote the latest innovations and technologies in the water sector.
  4. Policy Solutions: Discuss and develop strategic policies to address water crises worldwide.

Agenda and Activities

The forum’s rich agenda includes:

  • Plenary Sessions and Thematic Discussions: In-depth conversations on water conservation, waste management, clean water access, and sanitation.
  • Technology Exhibitions: Presenting cutting-edge technologies and solutions from global water sector leaders.
  • Workshops and Training: Sessions designed to enhance skills in water management.
  • Youth and Community Forums: Engaging the younger generation and local communities in sustainable water solutions


Indonesia’s Strategic Role

As the host, Indonesia aims to bolster regional and global cooperation in water management. The Indonesian government is committed to addressing both local and global water issues effectively, promoting sustainable and environmentally-friendly economic growth.

Expectations and Impact

The 10th WWF in Bali is anticipated to:

  • Strengthen Water Diplomacy: Improve diplomatic relations through closer water sector cooperation.
  • Build Capacity: Enhance stakeholders’ abilities to manage water resources effectively.
  • Raise Public Awareness: Increase global awareness about the importance of water conservation.

With its diverse activities and global participation, the 10th WWF in Bali is poised to be a milestone in the journey towards ensuring clean and safe water for all. Bali, renowned for its natural beauty and rich culture, will serve as a stunning backdrop to this global commitment to a better water future.


Bali’s Preparation as Host

Bali is meticulously preparing to ensure a successful event:

  1. Infrastructure Improvement: Enhancing roads, expanding Ngurah Rai International Airport, and developing public transportation.
  2. Conference Facilities: The Bali International Convention Centre (BICC) will serve as the main venue, equipped to host thousands of participants.
  3. Accommodation and Services: A range of accommodations, from five-star hotels to homestays, are being prepared along with restaurants, cafes, and shopping centers.
  4. Security and Health: Strict health protocols, including COVID-19 testing and vaccinations, will be implemented. Security measures will be heightened.
  5. Promotion and Community Participation: Active international promotion and local community engagement through training and socialization efforts.
  6. Economic and Environmental Impact: The forum will boost local tourism revenue and emphasize sustainable tourism, aligning with Bali’s eco-friendly initiatives.

With comprehensive preparations and strong support from various stakeholders, Bali is ready to host the 10th WWF, showcasing its charm and commitment to global water solutions.

Source: Love Bali