World Water Monitoring Challenge is an international education and outreach program that builds public awareness and involvement in protecting water resources around the world by engaging citizens to conduct basic monitoring of their local water bodies.

In 2013, a total of 184,965 visits were made by participants to monitoring sites in 51 countries. We challenge you to test the quality of your waterways, share your findings, and protect our most precious resource!

On Location



Ghana StudentsIn June and July the Ghanese non-profit organization ProNet trained youth, teachers and community members in the Ghanaian Barekese Basin in Ashanti Region all about the importance of water safety and water quality. The attendees were taught how to use the World Water Monitoring Challenge test kit. ProNet visited six schools and three communities.   Read More 

WWMC Superstar

Enrique Garcia y Garcia

Enrique Garcia y Garcia 

WWMC: What drew you to the program—why did you want to get involved?
EG:  My professional activity over 40 years has been linked to water in many ways, starting from applied research in groundwater studies as staff member of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria, up to energy diagnosis in deep wells pumping systems in Bajio area in Mexico.  In all cases the practical field work was tied to teaching and knowledge outreach through lectures, exhibitions, books, bulletins, cartoons, videos, interviews, etc., but always addressed to adult people, such as university students, industrials or farmers, but never to children.    Read More...







WWMC Calendar

November 2014>>

WWMC Event Fair/Festival Environmental Conference

New 2014 Deadline for Data Submissions!

Please note:

Submission date for 2014 data entries is October 31st!

2013 World Water Monitoring Challenge Year in Review Now Available!

See how involving members of your community can make a difference!