Stakeholders from all Economies in South-East Europe (SEE) and representing the sectors of water resources management, agriculture, energy and environmental protection, participated in the 4th Regional Nexus Roundtable in SEE that was held on 26 July 2022 in hybrid mode in Tirana and online.
Global Water Partnership Southern Africa (GWPSAF) led by Vice Chair Eng. Munashe Mvura, attended a Diplomatic Corps working luncheon on July 26, hosted by the Chief Executive Officer of the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) Ms. Nardos Bekele- Thomas.
A comunidade de desenvolvimento da África Austral (SADC) reiterou a necessidade dos Estados -Membros para usarem uma abordagem integrada para o desenvolvimento de setores de água, energia e segurançar alimentar, afirmando que isso vai ajuda a melhorar a eficiência do uso de recursos naturais e resultar em desenvolvimento acelerada. .
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has reiterated the need for member states to use an integrated approach for the development of water, energy and food sectors, stating that it helps improve natural resource use efficiency and result in accelerated development.
In March 2023, the Global Water Partnership-Caribbean (GWP-C) will host the 2nd Caribbean Science Symposium on Water. Its main theme will be "Conservation and Innovation: Changing the Regional Water Paradigm".
The Global Water Partnership-Caribbean (GWP-C) in collaboration with the Global Environment Facility-funded (GEF) CReW+ and the United Nations Environment Programme Caribbean Environment Programme (CEP) and Cartagena Convention Secretariat, will soon be hosting Integrated Water and Wastewater Management (IWWM) Workshops.
the GWP Indonesia's partner, Directorate General of Water Resources - Ministry of Public Works and Housing held an annual competition for the National River Care Community. The GWP Indonesia's chairman, Dr. Ir. Moch Amron, M.Sc, the chairman of the GWP Indonesia involved as one of the competition jurors.