A scientific symposium was held at the College of Nursing at the University of Kufa, entitled (Kidney Health for All), and it included a lecture on the occasion of World Kidney Day, delivered by Assistant Professor Dr. The symposium aimed to raise awareness and education about kidney health and fill the knowledge gap to improve kidney care by encouraging the general public to follow a healthy diet and healthy lifestyles such as exercise, access to clean water, maintaining ideal weight, controlling tobacco use and preventing change. Climate, to maintain the health and function of the kidneys for a longer period in people with chronic kidney disease and to increase public awareness of the importance of preventing kidney disease, as chronic kidney disease affects 1 out of every 10 adults worldwide and if left untreated it can be fatal. Diseases and their management to help prevent morbidity and mortality, including deaths related to kidney disease that continue to increase annually and are expected to be the main raw cause x of death by 2040. The symposium also received approval and active participation by the attendees, as it dealt with a very important and dangerous topic at the same time.