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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 Strategy towards 2019

    Towards 2020

    The GWP-CAf's Strategy towards 2019  is to support a sustainable development  by promoting  IWRM and its implementation, in order to ensure water security in Central Africa.

  • Capacity building workshop on water security and climate resilience for planners and decision makers in Cameroon. - Bamenda, 21st – 23rd january 2015

    Bamenda (Cameroun), January 21st-23rd 2015

    Between theorical training and field visit, Participants became familair with the water resources management and impact of climate change on agricultural productivity.  Read more

  • 7th World Water Forum : Regional consultation meeting of Water sector stakeholders in Central Africa.

    Douala (Cameroon), January 9th 2015

    The goal of the consultation meeting  was to present participants the regional report on "drinking water and sanitation for all". Read more

  • 6th Steering Committee meeting

    Douala (Cameroon), October 24th 2014

    Many recommandations were formulated among which the  reinforcement of the Country Water Partnerships' capacity on elaborating bankable projects in 2015.

  • From 2009 to 2013, the GWP-CAf’s Strategy was to support and encourage a good IWRM in the all the levels  not only in the national  and  régional  but also in  the basins. 

  • Capacity builing workshop for Journalists of Central Africa on IWRM, Climate Change and Socioeconomic development

    Brazzaville (Congo), June 10-12th 2013

    It's during this workshop that the idea of a “GWP media award on water and development reporting” for media professionals in Central Africa came out. Read more

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