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Overcoming Covid Challenges – GWP 2020 Annual Report is Out

GWP set ambitious goals for 2020, the year it launched its new strategy, which were met by unexpected challenges due to the global pandemic. Nonetheless, the GWP network adjusted rapidly to the new situation, and substantial results were achieved.
/ South America

Overcoming Covid Challenges – GWP 2020 Annual Report is Out

GWP set ambitious goals for 2020, the year it launched its new strategy, which were met by unexpected challenges due to the global pandemic. Nonetheless, the GWP network adjusted rapidly to the new situation, and substantial results were achieved.
/ Global

Exploring the Rules of Transboundary Infrastructure

On 18 May, the event series “Transboundary freshwater security governance train” continued with a session on “International Water Law and Infrastructure.” Over 100 participants took part in the event, which was co-organised by GWP and the International Water Law Academy (IWLA) of Wuhan University. The question at the heart of the discussion was: what are the rules of international law that govern transboundary infrastructure development?
/ Central America, Global

Central American Awareness Campaign to Rescue Lempa River

GWP El Salvador, the National Development Foundation (FUNDE), the Interinstitutional Network for Territorial Development, Let’s Do It El Salvador and 22 civil society organisations have formed the Trinational Network for the Rescue of the Lempa River. #RescatemosElLempa is a campaign to raise awareness about the importance of one of the main rivers in Central America.
/ Central Africa, Eastern Africa, Global, Mediterranean, Southern Africa, West Africa

Development of AIP Water Investment Scorecard Kicks-Off

The Development of the AIP Water Investment Scorecard, which will mobilise water and sanitation investments in Africa through political commitment at the highest level in Africa, was formally initiated this week during an online event held on 28 April.
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Climate Change One of the Biggest Challenges in International Water Law

The event series, “Transboundary freshwater security governance train” continued on 20 April. The initiative is a collaboration between GWP and Wuhan International Water Law Academy, and the topic of the 4th session was “International Water Law and Climate Change.” Around 120 participants joined the online session. “Climate change is one of the biggest challenges in international water law,” said event Co-Chair Barbara Janusz-Pawletta.