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Indian Sanitation Innovator and Social Reformer Awarded 2009 Stockholm Water Prize
Date:3/25/2009

2009 Stockholm Water Prize at a Royal Award Ceremony and Banquet during the World Water Week in Stockholm this coming August.

About the Stockholm Water Prize

First presented in 1991, The Stockholm Water Prize is the world's most prestigious prize for outstanding achievement in water-related activities. The annual prize includes a USD 150,000 award and a crystal sculpture.

An international nominating committee appointed by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences is responsible to review the nominations and propose a candidate. The Founders of the prize are Swedish and international companies in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The prize programme is administered by the Stockholm International Water Institute.

The patron of the Stockholm Water Prize is H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

    Contact Details:
    Michael McWilliams, Stockholm International Water Institute
    +46-8-522-139-89
    michael.mcwilliams@siwi.org



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