Water 

 Calligraphy 

Street Theatre Campaign on Water Saving Awareness.

P.S. A drop of water is worth more than a sack of Gold to a thirsty man. 

 

WHAT IS WATER CALLIGRAPHY?

Water Calligraphy is an interactive and thought-provoking Mime Theatre Play campaign that contains a strong message for the importance of water, how we can save this blessing and what is the water scarcity.

The campaign is specially designed for the less-privileged community and students who considered to consume and waste more water than a literate or mature person 

"There are number of ways to save water and

They all start with you"

 

PROBLEM STATEMENT

Pakistan will be "run dry" by 2025 and many other countries too; Pakistan’s water scarcity is reaching an alarming level. The authorities seem dynamic but the crisis is posing as a serious threat to the country's stability, and needs a proactive approach for saving the water from the masses. According to a recent report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Pakistan ranks third in the world among countries facing sensitive water dearth.

INTERVENTION TO RESOLVE THE PROBLEM

Theatre is a sharp tool to deliver any subject in an even manner. The Water Calligraphy will be a fifteen theatre plays project in three most established cities in Pakistan i.e. Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. The play’s content will be solely entertainment based containing a strong element of awareness for  the water wastage and climate change factor. The project will be intended to approach masses to adopt a positive habit change for saving the blessing of water.

PILOT PROJECT

Water Calligraphy's Pilot project designed and directed by the american theatre director Ms. kanta Kochar Lindgrin. She designed an intellectual theatre that invites a latent message of the act. Blended with heavy fondles of classical English and written with artistic feel, the main theme of the play is that 'Water is a precious commodity. The play takes place at a time of drought followed by a series of urban scenes where the scenes shift between Karachi, New York.

LIST OF EXPECTED RESULTS

Through the Water Calligraphy project, the following objectives will be achieved:

1. Security of Water

2. Positive Climate Change

3. Awareness Among Children

4. Awareness Among Adults

5. Healthy Free Entertainment

To Under-served Communities

7. Importance of Water

8. Difference Between Clean and

9. Dirty Water

10. Impact on the Global Level

No Water, No Life.

No Blue, No Green.

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Measure The Impact

What you will get?

  • Email donation receipt.

  • Access to the project tracker.

  • Final project date and invite

  • Throughout email notifications of overall projects.

  • Maps and introductory stories of the beneficiaries

  • Project launch update

  • Monitoring reports

  • Evaluation survey reports

  • Final project report.

How you will measure?

  • You can track the project progress on our website

  • You can track your donation on the reputed websites such as Charity Navigator OR GuideStar

  • You will be provided with the photos and videos to measure the project progress and success.

  • You can follow the email notifications to measure the impact/progress/success.

  • Weekly reports are the great tool to measure the project impact/progress.

  • You will be provided with the Monthly reports to measure a month progress/impact.

  • Of course, the final report with photos, videos and press clippings will be a tengible proof of the project Impact and success 

Pilot Project

 

About Pilot Project:

The pilot project of water calligraphy has been staged under the direction of Dr. Kanta Kochar Lindegrin (Ph.D.) she collaborated with Thespianz Foundation to raise awareness about the water scarcity that is going to happen in 2025 in Pakistan. She and Thespianz's president Mr. Faisal Malik jointly designed the water calligraphy that has been witnessed by more than 2,300 people in Karachi, Pakistan and well appreciated by a number of media/TV/ and radio channels 

Press Recognitions to the Pilot Project

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