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  • 1st Regional Conference of the Governance & Financing for the Mediterranean Water Sector project: More than 110 stakeholders reflecting on the governance & financing nexus

    The 1st Regional Conference of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) labelled project Governance & Financing for the Mediterranean Water Sector was organised on 28-30 October 2014, in Athens, Greece, by the Global Water Partnership- Mediterranean (GWP-Med), in close collaboration with the EU funded Sustainable Water Integrated Management-Support Mechanism (SWIM-SM) project.

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  • North Western Sahara Aquifer System Consultation Mechanism Study Tour

    A field trip to the Secretariat of the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR) as well as to water management national institutions in selected Danube Riparian countries - Austria, Slovakia and Hungary – that are active in the framework of the ICPDR, was organized on 8-10 October 2014.

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  • Regional Consultation Workshop: Strengthening Institutions For Transboundary Water Management In North Africa

    A regional consultation workshop took place in Tunis, on September 11th 2014, aimed at supporting the development of the ten-year strategy (2015-2025) and the detailed five-year action plan (2015-2020) for the African Network for Basin Organisations (ANBO) to become an effective tool in strengthening and promoting institutional management mechanisms for shared water resources in Africa.

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  • GWP-Med News for April-October 2014

    Throughout the MENA Region, Southeastern Europe, the EU’s Med countries, the GWP-Med has been active working on various themes: from Transboundary Water Resources Management to Urbanisation and the leveraging of Non Conventional Water Resources and from Water Governance and Financing To Climate Change, find out more about the activities of the GWP-Med during the last seven months.

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    The Alter Aqua Video Game was developed by GWP-Med in the framework of the Alter Aqua-Non Conventional Water Resources (NCWR) Programme in Malta , as a helpful tool to raise awareness and sensitize primary and secondary school students on the use of non conventional water resources and water saving in everyday life. Find out more...

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