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GWP Central Africa

Global Water Partnership (GWP) started its activities in Central Africa in April 2004. Several reasons prompted the implementation of GWP’s activities in this region. Indeed, Central African countries are facing a lot of challenges almost all of which are water-related, whereas the region has abundant water resources. These challenges have to do with life, social welfare and the management of water resources.

  • GWP-CAf media award on water and climate change reporting

    Global water Partnership - Central Africa (GWP-CAf) organizes the first edition of the journalism award entitled "Water and Climate Change in Central Africa." The aim of this price, for professional communication and photography residents in one of the member countries of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS), is to encourage professionals in the region to cover events and make publications on issues related to water resources and climate change.  Read more.

  • Water, climate change and sustainable development workshop

    Brazzaville (Congo) 10-12 June 2013

    The Water, Climate Change and Economic development workshop which was organized by the Water, Climate and Development Program (WACDEP) of Global Water Partnership – Central Africa (GWP-CAf) took place in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo from June 10 - 12, 2013. The theme of the workshop was water resources management and climate change, and their role in socio-economic development. Read more.

  • Training on strategic financial planning in the water supply and sanitation sector

    Douala (Cameroon) 1-3 February 2012

    Organized by GWP-CAf, EUWI FWG and cap et, the main objective of this workshop was to familiarize participants with the SFP objectives, content and procedures. The training involved representatives of the ministries in charge of Water, Finance and other ministries involved in the WSS (Water Supply and Sanitation) sector, including the water companies of Cameroon, the Republic of Congo, Central African Republic, the Republic of Sao Tome and Principe. Read more.

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