The 9 countries of the Arab Maghreb Union and Group 5 Sahel discussing the challenges, perspectives and opportunities for financing water related adaptation projects for the implementation of NDCs and SDGs in Nouakchott – 24-25th April 2018
Call for Tenders for the supply and installation of two (2) metallic tanks suitable for drinking water in Kalymnos Municipality and of one (1) metallic tank suitable for drinking water in Agathonisi Municipality
The World Water Forum, held every three years, is the world’s biggest water-related event, contributing to the dialogue of decision-makers on water at the global level, building political commitment and triggering action on critical water issues. The Mediterranean water community has traditionally been very active at the World Water Forum, voicing core messages and highlighting experiences from the region. This contribution has been concretized through a dedicated Mediterranean Preparatory Process. The 8th World Water Forum took place this year (18-23 March, Brasilia, Brazil) under the overarching theme “Sharing Water” and its more than 300 sessions were attended by 10,600 participants.
La Conférence régionale « Financement des projets d’adaptation liés à l’eau pour la mise en œuvre des CDN et des ODD : défis, perspectives et opportunités » sera organisée le 24 et le 25 Avril 2018 à Nouakchott- Mauritanie.
Call for Tenders for the installation of a Rainwater Harvesting system and creation of a green wall (vertical garden) at the building of the Urban Environment Management Department of the Municipality of Thessaloniki.
“…The lack of regularly informed monitoring and evaluation system of water resources and water services challenges considerably the decision making process for water management in Mauritania… The Action Plan will be an important document to advocate for funds mobilizations…”, with these statements, the General Secretary of the Ministry of Hydraulics and Sanitation, M. Mohamed Ould Abdallahi Salem Ould Ahmed Doua, opened the joint workshop organised by GWP-Med and UNICEF Mauritania on February, 7th 2018.