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/ West Africa

A Night for water in Togo to award youth engagement

The National Youth Parliament for Water of Togo (PNJE Togo) organized on 7 April 2017 the second edition of the Water Night in partnership with the collaboration with the Council for Basic Sanitation in Togo (CCABT).
/ Global, West Africa

Collaborative modelling engages stakeholders in IWRM planning

Global Technical Committee (TEC) members mingled with the regional TEC and some partners of GWP West Africa on 10th to 12th April 2017 in Accra, Ghana. The occasion was a training on Collaborative modelling for decision support in Integrated Water Resources Management.
/ West Africa

Virtual SC meeting organized

An electronic consultation of the Steering Committee members was organized from 21 to 30 March 2017. According to the Statutes, two SC meeting should be organized every year, one of which should be virtual in order to reduce costs related to statutory meetings.
/ West Africa

GWP at first Web TV launch in Lomé

A Togolese Web Television led by Rolande AZAKIA, a dynamic young lady was officially launched on March 8, the International Women’s Day. The event gathered some personality including the Minister of Communication of Togo, the EU Ambassador, representatives of the US Embassy and many others including Aurore BIOKOU representing GWP.
/ West Africa

WWD 2017 the Youth to educate through social media in Benin

The youth of the National Parliament of the Youth for Water and Sanitation of Benin (PNJEA) through their departmental representation of OUEME have celebrated Saturday, March 25, 2017 in Porto-Novo, the World Water Day.
/ West Africa

Celebrating World Water Day in Benin

CWP Benin has engaged a wide operation to communicate on the topic of the Day by organizing debates on the television and a conference in partnership with component C of the Urban Water Urban Emergency Project.
/ West Africa

IDMP pilot actions in Niger

Two pilot actions are being implemented in Niger, the first in Kankantouti (Torodi) and the second one in both Gardiberi and Koygolo (Dosso). In Kankantouti, a site of one hectare fenced by means of wire mesh, where PROGIS made it possible to produce two market garden wells, put 401 linear meters (ml) of wire fence, 200 ml of The Californian irrigation network, dig 7 distribution basins and develop a nursery for the biological protection of the site.