A new GWP-INBO handbook that provides insight into key issues linked to managing and restoring aquatic ecosystems has been released. The information draws from real-life experiences and practical examples.
Women for Water Partnership (WfWP) and the GWP made their cooperation official on 15 April 2015 when the Chairs signed a Memorandum of Understanding during the 7th World Water Forum in Korea.
Thirty representatives from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Tunisia recently gathered for a training course. They learnt how to support change within organisations responsible for sustainable development in coastal areas.
Six Key Areas
GWP's Strategy Towards 2020 takes a thematic approach to water security and supports programme implementation in six key areas of development.
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