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Checkout The List Of Important Days In The Month Of March


1 March

Zero Discrimination Day

Despite the fact that, some countries have made greater efforts concerning better gender equality, unfairness to women and girls still happens in all places.

Eventually, gender inequality disturbs everyman’s emotional health and wellness. In several countries, laws that show prejudice towards women and girls are actively functional, however, laws that supports women’s essential rights and safeguard them against violence and unequal practices are on the contrary.

This day is to fight against the unfairness faced by women and all over the world and at the same time, advocate for the promotion of equal treatment and acceptance for women and girls.

World Civil Defence Day

World Civil Defence Day is observed every year on this day to call on the diligence of the world concerning the significance of Civil protection and to also remember the struggles, endurance, and impacts of all the offices initiating to fight against calamities.

3 March

World Wildlife Day

World Wildlife Day is a day set aside to appreciate the numerous beautiful and different forms of wild animals and plants and also to sensitize the world of the several importance of wildlife animals and the impacts of conserving them.

Wildlife animals and plants have a natural advantage and contribution to the environmental, historical social, educational, cultural, and recreational aspect of the society.

8 March

International Women's Day

This day is celebrated all over the world anually, to commend the accomplishments of women in community, commercial, educational and political aspects of life.

Also, the day is observed to advocate for gender equality, putting an end to gender-based violence, and maintaining equal treatment for all.

20 March

International Day of Happiness

March 20 is the International Day of Happiness, observed anually to advocate that everyone can be happy together when we focus on our similarities, and not what divides us.

Everyone deserves to be happy, but life is full of happiness when we're happy together.

French Language Day

French Language Day, March 20 is observed every year  to revere diversity in languages and culture.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in the year 2010 adooted this day to be celebrated anually.

21 March

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

This day is set aside to eliminate racism, advocating that, every persons are born equally in importance and legitimacy and that they can strongly contribute to the development and sanity of the society.

World Poetry Day

World Poetry Day came into existence during the 30th session of UNESCO in Paris in the year 1999.

This day celebrates the exclusive capacity of poetry to captivate the imagination of a person's mind.

World Down Syndrome Day

This day is observed all around the world to enhance the quality of life of people with Down syndrome by attending to their health care so that every persons with Down syndrome can get a good life through care, finance, and guidance.

Reports have it that, 3,000 to 5,000 children are born with this disorder. 

International Day of Forests

Every 21 March is set aside to inform people the importance of forests.
TheI international day is to educate the society to know and adore all the types of Forests.

22 March

World Water Day

This international day can be traced to 1992, at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro.
It was during the conference the United Nations General Assembly adopted a decision to observe 22 March of each year as World Day for Water.

World Water Day signalize water and sensitize the 2.2 billion persons living with no  access to clean water, while tackling with global water crisis.

23 March

World Meteorological Day.

World Meteorology Day every March 23 is revered in all member countries, to celebrate the World Meteorological Organization's establishment in 1950.

The day also reveal the impacts of National Meteorological and Hydrological Services on the defense and wellness of the society.

24 March

World Tuberculosis Day

Every year, March 24 is observed to create public sensitization on the disastrous health, social and economic effects of Tuberculosis, and strengthen efforts to put an end to the global outbreak of Tuberculosis disease.

This date also characterize the day Dr Robert Koch identified the bacterium causing Tuberculosis, making identifying and treating this disease possible.

International Day for the Right to the Truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims.

The right to truth connotes getting the whole and comprehensive truth concerning an act that occurred, circumstances that surrounded such act, and those involved, as well as the mental analysis behind such occurrence.

25 March

International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

Every 25 March, is set aside as the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. 

This day gives the chance to remember and celebrate those who went through pain and died under the cruel slavery system.

The International Day, as well is set aside to sensitize the public on the effects of prejudice and segregation in our world today.

International Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff Members.

This is a day observed all over the world to raise awareness, agitate, call for justice and intensify the determination to safeguard UN staff and peacekeepers, the press and NGOs.

27 March

World Theatre Day

World Theatre Day is observed on 27 March everywhere across the globe to create awareness on the significance of "theatre" and to serve as an incite for political practices, institutions and states yet to identify its advantage to the society and also  its substantial impacts on the economy.

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