The Water Changemaker Innovation Awards 2023 is proud to announce the top 30 finalists selected from a pool of exceptionally innovative and impactful projects dedicated to addressing water-related challenges worldwide. The finalists have been announced during a hybrid event held on the sidelines of the ongoing United Nations General Assembly in New York on Friday, 22 September 2023.
We are happy to announce the 5 winners of the gender case study competition, launched in June by GWP and the #IWRMActionHub. The case studies demonstrate how gender equality and inclusion have been improved in water management and climate resilience actions in the Pan African region.
Coca-Cola Hellas wins Gold Award at this year’s Hellenic Responsible Business Awards for the Zero Drop water resources protection program in Folegandros implemented by GWP-Med, and for the digital platform Zero Waste HoReCa Hub, implemented by the Ecological Recycling Society.
An IWRM Plan striving to lay the foundations for a transformative approach to water management has been validated by Tunisia after a national dialogue led by the Water Resources Department of the Ministry of Agriculture, Hydraulic Resources and Fishery and facilitated by GWP-Med
Songsan, 6 July 2023--The Water Changemaker Innovation Awards 2023 have officially been launched during the kick-off of the largest gathering on water in Asia, the International Asian Water Week in South Korea.
The "Zero Drop" water resources protection program, implemented by Global Water Partnership - Mediterranean (GWP-Med) in collaboration with the Municipality of Heraklion, with funding from The Coca-Cola Foundation and Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, 'travels' to Heraklion, Crete and saves 12 million liters of water annually by improving irrigation water supply systems at two locations.
AMMAN - Sweden, the Union for the Mediterranean and the Global Water Partnership – Mediterranean, on Monday, 8 May 2023, inaugurated integrated technical solutions for sustainable agriculture in Salt Governorate. These involve reuse of treated wastewater from Wadi Shuayb Wastewater Treatment Plant for irrigation, after its tertiary treatment through constructed wetlands, with pumping powered by renewable solar energy, and climate-resilient planting.