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  • Non Conventional Water Resources in the Mediterranean: A new water culture on the rise

    In the run-up to the World Water Day 2016, let’s address water scarcity utilizing options beyond the conventional! We can all contribute in our everyday life to alleviate pressures on water resources. Harvesting rainwater, capturing stormwater, as well as recycling greywater generated from washbasins, showers and washing machines, can provide water fit for secondary water uses. The “Non Conventional Water Resources (NCWR) Programme in the Mediterranean” showcases revived traditional as well as innovative solutions with multiple benefits.

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  • GWP celebrates 20 years of impact towards a water secure world!

    Join the GWP celebrations and find out more about each of its 13 regions through this anniversary photo collection! More to come at www.gwp20.org.

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  • Four-day Workshop on Water Integrity Builds Capacities for Operational Staff

    The 2nd Regional Alumni Workshop of the ‘Water Integrity Capacity Building Programme for the MENA region’ was organised by GWP-Med (8-11 February 2016, Dead Sea, Jordan), targeting operational/mid-level management staff, following the first Regional Alumni Workshop (November 2015, Tunis, Tunsia) targeting civil society stakeholders.

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  • Celebrating World Water Day 2016 in Tunisia with a workshop on “Water, Youth and Employment”

    Upon finalization of the campaign ÔVI (eau=vie / water=life) that has been running throughout February and March in primary schools around Tunisia to raise awareness on water scarcity and the importance of water saving, the Global Water Partnership - Mediterranean (GWP-Med) celebrated the World Water Day by organizing a workshop on “Water, Youth and Employment” on Saturday, 19 March 2016, in Hammamet.

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  • Climate and environment challenges in the focus of Southeastern Europe Ministerial Meeting

    The First High Level Ministerial Panel on Responding to Climate and Environmental Challenges in South East Europe (SEE) took place on 1st April 2016, in Podgorica, in the framework of the South East Europe Strategy 2020 and the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC).

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  • Raising awareness among local communities on the importance of sustainable management for the Drin River Basin

    Following its successful organization in 2014 and 2015, the 3rd Drin Day was celebrated on 5 May 2016. This year, GWP-Med joined forces with the Mediterranean Information Office for Environment Culture and Sustainable Development (MIO-ECSDE), in the framework of the Drin Project and the Act4Drin Project respectively. Wide-ranging celebrations dedicated to the Drin Basin were held in all Drin riparian countries, in cooperation with partner NGOs in numerous locations.

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