The Austrian Embassy Development Cooperation in Uganda visited GWPEA secretariat to discuss the negative effects of climate change on access to water and how the region can attract more climate finance
GWP will host, with partners, the Pan-Africa Capacity Building Workshop on International Water Law and Water Governance: for improved practices in transboundary water investments in Africa, in Entebbe, Uganda 19-23 September 2022.
The focus of the program is to implement inclusive, climate resilient water policies and strategies in low and middle-income countries, of which Uganda is among. It is being implemented through a strategic collaboration between GWP, UNICEF, SWA, JMP and WHO
To mark International Women’s Day 2021 – whose theme is “Choose to Challenge” – GWP Eastern Africa’s Gender Advisor, Caroline Rukundo, shared some thoughts on where gender biases exist in the water sector and how these biases can be challenged – and overcome.
Coordinated by GWP Eastern Africa and implemented by the Sahara and Sahel Observatory, $13, 079,540 from the Adaptation Fund will go towards strengthening smallholder farmers’ and pastoralists’ resilience to the adverse effects of drought in the IGAD region.