Training workshop for young volunteers, members of the GWP Network

On Tuesday, June 27, 2017, an important training session was held for 25 young volunteers from the Côte d'Ivoire Country Water Partnership (PNECI) network. Ten years after its creation, PNECI is reassessing its IWRM strategy and decides to correct its approach, which has not really made much progress in the IWRM process at the national level.

Jeunes volontaires

The young people trained are students with various profiles members of the NGO Act- Give- Feed (Agir - Donner - Nourrir (ADN)), member of the Steering Committee of the PNECI.

The chair of the PNECI, N'DRI Koffi, welcomed the strong mobilization of young people and thanked the experts invited for the training.

This was a good opportunity to discover or rediscover the entire GWP network and actions throughout the world, particularly in Côte d'Ivoire and to absorb the latest developments in IWRM in the country.

These young people expressed their joy and pride in receiving knowledge in the field of water resources.

PNECI aims to train some 500 young people for the promotion of IWRM in Côte d'Ivoire by the end of 2017.