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GWP South East Asia

The mission of GWP- SEA is to encourage, support, facilitate member countries in achieving sustainable water for all  through the Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) approach.

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  • Philippine Water Partnership

    World Water Day 2014

    PWP was one of the organizations which collaborated with the National Water Resources Board (NWRB) and Department of Energy (DoE) in the conduct of a one-day Water and Energy Forum on March 20, 2014 which is one of the activities lined-up for a week-long celebration of the World Water Day 2014.

    The forum aimed to raise awareness of the inter-linkages between water and energy; and promote better understanding on renewal energy and new technologies in hydropower.

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  • The 2nd MRC Summit & Conference

    The Benefit of Transboundary Cooperation

    The 2nd MRC Summit & Conference was held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on 2-3 April 2014. More than 300 international and regional water experts, stakeholders & delegations from the MRC Member Countries, China, Myanmar and development partners discussed the issued about Mekong River & its resources and set strategic directions and policy for the MRC. One of the issues of discussion from the conference was the benefit of transboundary cooperation in ensuring water, energy, and food security while considering climate change. This issue has been discussed among UN, GWP and various other International & Regional Organizations.

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  • Indonesia Water Partnership

    National Consultation on the Post 2015

    On 27th March 2014, Indonesia Water Partnership held a National Consultation on the Post 2015 Water Development Agenda in Jakarta, Indonesia. Participants from government, universities, NGO’s involved in the water sector took part in the consultation. The national consultation mainly discussed on the feedback from ministries who involved in the water sectors i.e Ministry of Development Planning, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Public Work, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Industry, and Indonesia National Board for Disaster Management. The feedback from the consultation will be collaborated into 1 report to be shared with the UN Water.

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