• Building Knowledge Capacity

    IWRM in Education

    To build a closer working relationship on knowledge sharing with universities, GWP gathers academics on a regular basis to explore the appropriate tools for introducing the IWRM concept into education syllabi. 

  • Post-2015 Development Agenda

    IWRM and SDGs

    GWP has learned that increasing water security requires sound policies, knowledge and action. The process of adopting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is an opportunity to explain why Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) can contribute to meeting the SDGs.

  • Strengthening Collaborations

    Training on International Water Law

    A three-day Africa wide Training on International Water Law (IWL) for improved transboundary water management in Africa took place in Uganda in August 2015. The training attracted 40 participants from 21 countries across the continent.

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