Singapore International Water Week is calling for nominations for the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize 2010. This is an international award that recognises outstanding contributions towards solving global water problems. This can be done through applying groundbreaking technologies or implementing innovative policies and programmes, which benefit humanity. The Water Prize is named after Singapore's first Prime Minister and present Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew, who through his foresight and leadership, has enabled Singapore to attain a sustainable supply of water. The Water Prize will be the highlight of the Singapore International Water Week 2010, which includes Water Leaders Summit, Water Convention, Water Expo and Business Forums. The winner will receive S$300,000, a gold medallion and an award certificate.