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Country Consultations on Water Speak to post-2015 Agenda; Reaching Out to Universities - ToolBox Workshop in Dakar; Linking Water Security and Climate Change Resilience in Zimbabwe; Water Efficiency for Central America; Using IWRM for Climate Change Adaptation; GWP Launches Rapid Assessment of Capacity Building Needs; GWP Participates in India Water Week 2013; Latin American Training on Water Legislation for International Basins; UN Year of Water Cooperation 2013; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
Climate Change Focus in Nile Basin; IWRM for Universities in Kyrgyzstan; Dialogue Sets Stage for Addressing Climate Change in Peru; Benefits of Rainwater Harvesting in Caribbean and Mediterranean; Focusing on Urban Water Management; Kenya Addresses Post-2015 Water Agenda; UN Year of Water Cooperation 2013; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
Responding to Drought; GWP at the UN Session on Water and Disasters; High-Level Support for Water Management Investments in Nigeria; New Climate Information Resource for Caribbean; Urban Water Management in El Salvador; Ensuring Water is Key to Post-2015 Agenda; Promoting Transboundary Cooperation in Southern Africa; Evaluating IWRM in Southern Africa; Building Climate Resilience in the Bangladesh Delta; Water Use Efficiency in India; Upgrading Flood Information in Pakistan; 2013 IRF European Riverprize; UN Year of Water Cooperation 2013; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
Managing Central American Transboundary Basins; Suriname Launches IWRM Initiatives; Media Exposed to Cameroon’s Water and Climate Challenges; IWRM at Local Level in Honduras; Burundi and Rwanda Come Together Over Shared Waters; Integrating Water and Climate in Development; GWP at Water Consultations in Liberia; World Wetlands Day 2013; UN Year of Water Cooperation 2013; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
COP 18 at Doha – It’s Now About Adaptation; Water Agenda Consultations in Costa Rica; Transboundary Water Management in Baltics; GWP at UNECE Meeting on Transboundary Waters; IWRM improves the Yellow River; Transboundary IWRM in Drin Basin; Gender Awareness in Bangladesh; Climate Change and Food Security in India; New Thinking in Water Management; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
African Journalists Learn about Mining’s Impacts; GWP is Collaborating Partner for World Water Week in Stockholm 2013; De-polluting the Mediterranean; Transboundary management in the Buna/Bojana catchment; Youth Act for Water; The Pressing Need for Urban Water Management; 2013 GWP-University of Dundee Scholarships; Caribbean Stakeholders Develop a Water and Climate Programme; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
President of Mongolia visits GWP in Stockholm; Caribbean Ministers Commit to Water Security; Preparing for Droughts to Come; Water Use Efficiency in Barbados; IWRM for Municipalities in Honduras; 20 Years of Water Cooperation in Central Asia; IWRM in Education in Central Africa; IWRM for the Nile Basin; Czech Republic School Wins Danube Art Master 2012; Towards Water Sustainability in Chile; Climate Change for Bangladesh; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
Balancing Growth and Environmental Protection; Rainwater Harvesting in Trinidad; Improving Water Availability in Costa Rica; Water Financing in Brazil; Using the IWRM ToolBox in Education; Flood Management in Dhaka; Training Trainers on IWRM and Ecosystems; GWP Partners Trained at Transboundary Workshop; New Resources on Water Security and Climate Resilient Development; Rio+20 Reaffirms Support for IWRM; GWP at WWW 2012; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
GWP at Rio+20; Progress in Water Reform in El Salvador; New Step in Financing Water in Central Africa; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
First India Water Week Focuses on Water-Energy-Food Nexus; GWP IWRM ToolBox Introduced in Armenia; Africa Develops Response to Climate Change Threat to Water Security; Guyanese Journalist Wins Media Award; Implementing Rwanda Water Policy; High-Level Roundtable on Water in China; GWP at Rio+20; Improving Water Quality in Nepal; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
El Salvador Water Bill Goes to Congress; Stakeholder Consultations in Basin Shared by Rwanda and Burundi; Strengthening Transboundary Institutions for Water Resources in Africa; GWP Contributes to International Water Events; New GWP Policy Briefs; Survey on ToolBox Use; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
First Practical Guide of Water Management in Latvia; Working Toward Transparency in Nepal; Water Stakeholders Focus on IWRM Implementation in Trinidad and Tobago; Financial Planning for Water Supply and Sanitation in Cameroon; GWP Celebrated World Water Day 2012; GWP at 6th World Water Forum; Meet Our Partners; resources, events and more.
Training the Next Generation; New Country Water Partnership in Gambia; Benin and Netherlands Strengthen Water Cooperation; Towards Integrated Management in Chile; River and Lake Health in China Requires Action; GWP India Supporting Community Participation in Ganges River Basin; GWP Participation at the 6th World Water Forum; resources, events and more.
Connecting the Dots at COP17; Conflict Resolution in Vietnam; Basin Management Guidelines for Nicaragua; Economic Model for the Aral Sea; Stakeholders for a Sava River Basin Plan; resources, events and more.
Dialogues on IWRM in Georgia; Capacity Building of Women in India; GWP Zeros in on Gender; Water and Climate Road Map for Eastern Africa; Urban Flood Framework for Dhaka; Linking Climate Information Providers with Users; Caribbean Ministers Endorse Innovative Ways of Managing Water; Groundwater Consultation in West Africa; GWP-Dundee 2012 Scholarships and more.
Central America Takes on Water and Climate Change, Danube River Arts Competition, reports from GWP at Astana 2011, Transboundary Assessment Published, Evaluating 10 years of IWRM in Southeast Asia, Asia-Africa Inter-regional Sharing, Towards Country Water Partnerships in Gambia and Sierra Leone, Preparing for Rio+20 in Asia, GWP Champion Appointed Director in Cameroon.
GWP launches a new programme for Africa with AMCOW, presentations and more information from the GWP CP meeting 2011, New Global Soil Partnership Complements GWP, Sand Mining in Bangladesh Requires Integrated Approach, Girl Guides get IWRM training in Sri Lanka, Gender Mainstreaming for Africa etc.
On June 13 a coalition of water advocates organized a side event at a United Nations climate conference to highlight the urgency of recognizing water resources management as central to climate change mitigation and adaptation.
On April 18, 2011, Ministers issued a Declaration expressing their support for the continuation and enhancement of the Drin Dialogue with the assistance of GWP Mediterranean and the U.N. Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), and for the preparation of the Shared Vision for the management of the Drin Basin.
On Wednesday the 6th of April 2011 the Union Cabinet Ministers of India approved a comprehensive charter for the National Water Mission, one of the eight national missions which form the core of the National Action Plan for Climate Change.
Rising food prices and alarm over climate change was the context for a workshop in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on February 24-25, 2011. How water is managed is central to both issues.
In December 2010, the National Environmental Strategy of the Ukraine was adopted by the Ukrainian parliament and contains a component on water management. In 2009, Ukraine decided to revise its main water planning document in accordance with European Union laws and the EU’s Water Framework Directive even though the country is not a member of the EU.
The world’s economic growth and social welfare depend on the sustainable management of the world’s water resources in the context of climate change, according to a statement issued by the Global Water Partnership (GWP). The statement was delivered by GWP Chair Dr. Letita A. Obeng to the high level session of the world climate change conference on Friday, December 10, 2010, in Cancun, Mexico.
GWP Patron Margaret Catley-Carlson delivered the keynote speech at this year's Asia Development Bank’s (ADB) water conference held October 11-15, 2010, in Manila, Philippines. Her focus was on “cutting through red tape in order to achieve better water security.” The GWP delegation participated in a variety of sessions and gave presentations.
The Central and Eastern Europe region of the Global Water Partnership (GWP CEE) has called for pollution prevention and the regular inspection of polluter operations in light of the toxic sludge disaster in Hungary.
Sustainable development requires multi-stakeholder partnerships. That is one of the key messages of a new report on water security in Africa published by the Global Water Partnership (GWP). The report, Water Security for Development: Insights from African Partnerships in Action, outlines the lessons of a five-year program to develop Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) plans in 13 African countries.
While Pakistan endures one of the country’s most devastating floods—possibly its worst ever—GWP Pakistan is joining with others to help provide relief and rehabilitation to remote communities that have been particularly hard-hit. In addition, GWP Partner Hisaar Foundation and the Karachi Water Partnership launched an appeal to raise Rs 10 million for immediate flood relief, largely for the provision of safe drinking water.
At the UK Houses of Parliament on June 6 the Foreign Policy Centre (FPC) launched “Tackling the World Water Crisis – Reshaping the Future of Foreign Policy”. The FPC paper includes a chapter on “Water Scarcity and Global Megacities” submitted by GWP.
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