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.
There have been many dialogues and seminars on river pollution in the past 20 years or so. Generally everyone agrees that as a country, we desperately need to do something about the sad state of our rivers, especially when we hope to achieve developed nation status by 2020.
Presents the progress, challenges and status of the Global Water Partnership from around the world in 2012.
For Southeast Asia progress, challenges and status can be found on page 12: Capacity for monitoring Thailand's river basins strengthened and First step taken towards water cooperation in Myanmar in page 25.
A series of consultations took place to address the importance of water to national development, part of the process taking place to listen to countries regarding the post-2015 SDG agenda.
Indonesia and Thailand participated in a series of consultations.
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