Myanmar Water Partnership together with Irrigation Department (ID), Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (MOAI) of the Government of Union of Myanmar, with sponsorship support from Global Water Partnership - South East Asia (GWP-SEA) held a dialogue on Water-Food-Energy Security as a Major Contributing Constituent for Sustainable National Development in Myanmar.
GWP Indonesia workshop on urban water management challenges which was held on 28 November 2012 brought together experts on water management, government officers, NGOs and academia to deliberate on the challenges of water management in urban area with focus on issues related to waste water and drainage in Jakarta, Capital city of Indonesia.
On the fourth MyCWP Partners’ meeting on 7th May 2012 at the Corus Hotel, Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia, MyCWP re-introduced to the partners to what the GWP is, the
technical papers that are available and the GWP’s influence globally.
A total of 30 elementary school children and 4 teachers from SJK (C) Puay Chai 2 (a Chinese Medium school) participated in ‘Water and River Education Awareness Program” in Kuala Lumpur on the 12th of May 2012.
To Celebrate the World Water Day 2012, Indonesia Water Partnership in cooperation with other government and other stakeholders hosted a seminar on "Water resistance to National Food Security through National Reformation" in Jakarta on 19 April 2012 and joining the World Water Day highlight events with the Ministry of Public Works through the Directorate General of water resources (SDA) held in West Java province in Situ Cipule on May 12, 2012 with the theme "Water and Food Security".
To initiate water resources management for further sustainable development in the Nam Ngum River Basin and to present / identify step forward for Nam Ngum river basin demonstration project implementing on integrated water quality management involving stakeholders as well as provinces, districts and local communities are the objectives of the workshop.
GWPSEA Program Coordinator – Mr. Djoko Sasongko, was invited by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Regional Office, to participate in a Regional Consultation Workshop, which was held in Winsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand. The workshop is a part of a study initiated and organized by FAO, funded by IFAD and implemented by AIT as consultant
To organize the technical consultation workshop with relevant line agencies, private sector and communities on integrated Sekong river basin management and holistic planning applying IWRM based planning and to conduct a field work in order to study the current water resource development trend and management in the Sekong river basin including its future challenges, Lao WP held Field work and Stakeholders Consultation Workshop on Integrated Sekong River Basin Management, during 30-31 January 2012, Attapeu Province.
The GWP SEA 24th SC Meeting was held in Phnom Penh-Cambodia, on 10-11 April 2012.