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  • Raising Awareness among Tunisian Youth on Water Resources Management and Climate Change Adaptation via Interactive Games

    Building up from previous awareness raising activities organized in the framework of the youth initiative run by GWP-Med in Tunisia aimed at making the youth’s voice heard in water resources management and climate change adaptation, a two-day training was organized on Aqua Republica Serious Game by the NGO “Recherche en Action” (REACT), in collaboration with the NGO “Tunisian Education and Resource Network” (TEARN).

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  • Building synergies to strengthen the Tunisian youth’s role in water resources management and climate change adaptation

    GWP-Med has been leading a synergy of great added value for strengthening the Tunisian youth’s role in advocacy and decision-making with regards to water resources management and climate change adaptation. This has been achieved by merging financial and knowledge resources of the Global Water Partnership initiative "Youth for Water and Climate" and the EU FP7 BeWater Project on “Society adapting to Global Change”.

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  • Call for offers - DEADLINE EXTENDED

    GWP-Med welcomes offers from Companies or Groups of experts for the preparation of two Thematic reports in the framework of the Drin Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis under the GEF/UNDP/GWP-Med Project “Enabling Transboundary Cooperation and Integrated Water Resources Management in the Extended Drin River Basin”.

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  • Harvesting Rainwater, Sustaining Life

    Rainwater harvesting is not a modern practice. It has been practised since ancient times and it is still used to address current water challenges. Konstantina Toli, Senior Programme Officer at GWP-Med, writes a blog post about lessons from three GWP regions (Carribean, Central America, Mediterranean). This post was originally published in Spanish for Entre Aguas, a publication of GWP Central America.

  • More steps towards a common regional water agenda in the UfM framework

    The 2nd Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Water Expert Group Meeting (WEG) Drafting Group was held on 26-27 July in Malta, followed by the 6th WEG Meeting on 26 September in Brussels: 2 key stops in the far-reaching UfM political and technical process aiming at establishing a joint vision for water security in the Mediterranean towards 2030 and beyond. GWP-Med contributes to the UfM process servicing as its technical facilitator.

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  • Tunisian authorities discuss a possible accession to the Water Convention

    Tunisian officials discussed the country’s possible accession to the UNECE Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes (Water Convention) during a national workshop "Benefits of cooperation and the UNECE Water Convention", held in Tunis on 21 and 22 September 2016.

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