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/ China

WANG Hao’s Lecture on the China Central Television

On 28 October 2017, Prof. WANG Hao, Standing Vice Chair of GWP China and Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering showed on “VOICE” which is prevalent for talking with young audiences and sharing with them diversely natural knowledge. "Nature is the true treasure", he said on the TV show.

Argentina prepara su línea de base del indicador 6.5.1

El pasado jueves 19 de octubre en el Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes de Buenos Aires se dieron cita representantes de más de 60 organizaciones argentinas para tener su discusión acerca del indicador 6.5.1. Autoridades nacionales, provinciales, académicos y sociedad civil abordaron el detallado cuestionario preparado por Naciones Unidas para este relevamiento.
/ Global

Urban Resilience Discussed in Korea

GWP Technical Committee Chair Dr. Jerome Delli Priscoli was a keynote speaker at the World Water Cities Forum 2017, which took place at the Korean International Water Week (KIWW) in September. Urban resilience and how to get it right was at the heart of his speech.
/ Central America, Global

Transboundary Waters – an Emerging Issue

Professor Adrian Cashman is Senior Lecturer at the University of West Indies and a member of GWP’s Technical Committee. He speaks of the recent Technical Focus Paper “IWRM in Central America: the over-riding challenge of managing transboundary waters” – an issue he says is now emerging globally.
/ South Asia

Role of Women and Youth in Water Security and inclusive growth

India Water Partnership (IWP) facilitated a Panel Discussion on ‘Role of Women and Youth in Water Security and inclusive growth’ on 14 October 2017 at Vigyan Bhavan during 5th India Water Week 2017 held New Delhi, India.
/ Eastern Africa

GWPEA Supported the Concept Development Workshop for Kenya Water National Adaptation Plan

GWP has been implementing the Water, Climate and Development Program for Africa (WACDEP) as part of the work plan of the African Union’s African Ministerial Council on Water (AMCOW). The First Phase of WACDEP has been implemented in 8 countries and 5 transboundary basins in Africa. AMCOW, during the Africa Water Week in July 2016 in Tanzania, endorsed WACDEP to be expanded to additional 10 countries. Kenya is one of the countries selected for the second phase of WACDEP. WACDEP in Kenya is being implemented to support emerging priorities of the country on climate change, financing, sustainable development goals and investment preparation. It will be linked to the National Adaptation Planning (NAP) Process, particularly focusing on Water.