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GWP Central Africa

  • Strengthening partnership

    Introducing IWRM to the students of the University of Dschang in Cameroon.

    This academic year 2015/2016, GWP-CAf and the University of Dschang agreed to organise the delivery of this course at the end of the month of May 2016. The classes effectively took place from the 27th- 29th of May 2016, and the final evaluation questions were submitted on May 30th, 2016. The delivery of the course was organized around three modules: Introduction to IWRM, Implementing IWRM, as well as Water resources monitoring and the environment. Read more

  • GWP-CAf

    The extraordinary session of GWP-CAf Steering Committee.

    The overall objective of this extraordinary Steering Committee meeting was to reflect upon and propose a roadmap for the choice of the new host institution for GWP-CAf and to examine the different options of business model and governance for GWP Secretariat at country level in order to apply them in central Africa region. Read more

  • GWP Sao Tome and Principe

    Valdemira Tavares, GWP-STP Chair

    On April 19, 2016, Sao Tome and Principe Water Partnership (GWP-STP) held its general assembly of partners in Sao Tome. The Partners elected a new executive committee chaired by Ms Valdemira Tavares, former Ministry of agricultureS. Read more

  • GWP-Cameroon

    6th Council Meeting of GWP Cameroon

    The statutory meeting was attended by 21 participants representing the different college of Partners in Cameroon. It aimed at thinking of developing new strategies to get Partners more involved and interested in the life of the partnership, on the one hand commenting and approving the 2014 and 2015 GWP-Cmr annual reports, as well as the 2016 work plan, on the other hand. Read more

  • Strengthening Partnership

    Toward a national investment plan for the implementation of NAPCC in Cameroon

    The Nantional Investment Plan for the Adaptation on Climate Change (NIPACC) is a document of over eighty pages. It is made of four chapters. The first chapter introduces the general background of the Plan, the second chapter deals with the profiles of the programs, the third looks at the mechanism for implementation, monitoring and coordination, the last chapter, itself, develops the budget framework. Read more

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