GWP-C partners are expected to engage in the following:
- Mobilisation of resources to carry out an Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) work programme geared towards facilitating members in fulfilling their objectives.
- Identification of critical gaps and addressing these gaps through partners.
- Provision of advisory services to members.
- Work with members to facilitate the training of scientific and technical personnel in the region in IWRM.
- Collection and dissemination of information on fields of activities of concern to the partnership, particularly as it relates to best practices.
- Promotion and strengthening of interaction and co-operation at different levels and across the different sectors to sustain IWRM in the region and in particular to promote the formation of Country Water Partnerships (CWPs).
GWP-C's Statutes include the functions and obligations of partners and is available here.
Policy on Partners
The partnership is guided by the global organisation’s ‘Policy on Partners’ which clarifies the concept and position of a Partner within the Global Water Partnership (GWP) network. The GWP Policy on Partners is available here.
GWP-C's partnership application form is available here.