The programme Matchmaker 2 aims to provide Jordan and Palestine with tangible and scalable solutions in order to improve water management and build resilience to climate change through the application of the Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystems Nexus approach.
The importance of advancing gender equality and mobilising gender transformative investments to ensure equal opportunities in tackling the impacts of climate change and water insecurity were some of the issues addressed at the AIP-WACDEP-G Tunisia pilot project launch workshop that took place in Beja, Tunisia.
The first platform with harmonized data for the Drin River’s environment, societies and economies has just been launched. The Integrated Management System is a free online tool available to all that allows regular information exchange among competent institutions in the Drin basin, facilitating effective transboundary cooperation.
GWP-Med is leading communication and dissemination efforts in the Horizon 2020 REXUS project, which is employing participatory processes to engage stakeholders in framing WEFE Nexus challenges and jointly developing actionable solutions.
Beneath the Drin River basin’s surface water bodies, lies one of the largest karstic areas in the world, comprised of tunnels, porous rocks, valleys and underground caves. The Drin basin’s groundwater system is a fascinating, yet still largely unexplored network, indispensable for human well-being.
In the Drin basin, advancing gender equality in the context of climate crisis and disaster risk reduction is one of the biggest challenges and lack of equal representation persists in both national and local level in almost all Riparians.
The Continental African Water Investment Programme "Water, Climate, Development and Gender Investments" aims to promote gender-transformative planning, decision-making, and institutional development for water secure and climate-resilient water investments and job creation interventions, in order to advance gender equality.
The 90-minutes series, a series of regular interactive Q&A sessions with prominent diplomats and transboundary water cooperation experts commenced in 2021 from the Initiative on Empowering Women in Water Diplomacy in the MENA region.
With the advent of International Women’s Day 2022, GWP-Med is presenting the “Male Voices on Gender Equality”. Aiming to highlight the male perspective on gender, we asked seven of our male partners from the Mediterranean the following question: "Why is it essential to empower women in water cooperation settings?"