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    Building the new gwp strategy 'towards 2020' on the strengths of our current strategy ania grobicki 1 sep Building the new gwp strategy 'towards 2020' on the strengths of our current strategy ania grobicki 1 sep Presentation Transcript

    • BUILDING THE NEW GWP STRATEGY “TOWARDS 2020” ON THE STRENGTHS OF OUR CURRENT STRATEGY Dr Ania Grobicki Executive Secretary, GWP August 2013
    • VISION – a water secure world • Enough water for all – for society, for economic development, and for ecosystems • Security from droughts, floods, landslides, water- borne diseases – all the negative aspects of water • Improved quality of life for the most vulnerable, especially women and children • Through an integrated approach – holistic, all- encompassing MISSION – To support the sustainable development and management of water resources at all levels
    • • 13 Regional Water Partnerships (12 in 2009) • 84 Country Water Partnerships (around 70 in 2009) • 2,820 institutional Partners in 167 countries (around 2000 in 2009) • Up from 500 Partners in 2004 A growing international network since 1996
    • GWP: Network, Partnership and InterGovernmental Organization “A partnership is not the sum of its parts, it is the product of the parts' interaction.”
    • (with important variations from region to region) - 27% government/public sector (national and local levels) - 12% private sector - 37% NGOs /community based organizations - 19% academic / research / professional organizations - 5% other (eg. international organizations, media) KEY STRENGTHS :  A neutral multistakeholder platform  Inclusive yet clear structures at all levels  Strong knowledge base  Moving from advocacy to putting IWRM into practice Overall structure after 17 years of GWP :
    • Four Strategic Goals 1. Promote water as a key part of sustainable national development [operational] 2. Address critical development challenges [advocacy] 3. Reinforce knowledge sharing and communication [knowledge] 4. Build a more effective network [partnering]
    • GWP vision Water security A key contributor to sustainable socio-economic well-being and national development Goal 3 Reinforce knowledge sharing and communications Raising awareness, creating and disseminating knowledge, and building capacity Goal 2 Address critical development challenges Develop and advocate solutions to help governments take better decisions to improve resilience Goal 4 Build a more effective network Government, civil society and the private sector strengthen the partnership to improve governance and sustainable funding Goal 1 Promote water as a key part of sustainable national development Governments make water resources management a top priority and invest in its development GWP Strategy : • 4 Interconnected goals • A theory of change
    • Mission: …to support the sustainable development and management of water resources at all levels Strategic Goals Strategic Elements Global Water Partnership Strategy 2009-2013 Vision and Mission 1.1Improvingsupportfor watermanagementthrough nationalprocesses 1.2Improvinggovernance systems 1.3Improvingwater infrastructure 1.4Improvingfinancingfor watermanagement 1.5Facilitating transboundarycooperation 1.6Monitoringprogresson IWRM 2.1Adaptingtoclimate change 2.2Achievingfoodsecurity 2.3Tacklingurbanisation (includingwatersupplyand sanitation) 2.4Resolvingconflict 4.1Partnershipand alliancebuilding 4.2GWPperformance measurment 4.3GWPfinancial sustainability 4.4SupportingtheGWP network 3.1Improving communicationscapacity 3.2ImprovingGWP outreach 3.3StrengtheningGWP knowledgesharing Goal 1: Promote water as a key part of sustainable national development Goal 2: Address critical development challenges Goal 3: Reinforce knowledge sharing and communications Goal 4: Build a more effective network 1a: Incorporate existing policies/ plans into national development and implement 1b: Develop/strengthen weak/non- existant policies/plans in national development and implement 1c: Multi-stakeholder involvement in building local capacity and implementing policies/plans 2a: Take into account the links between water and climate change and develop solutions for adaptation 2b: Address critical development challenges, particularly food security, urbanisation and conflict resolution 2c: Objective and incisive intellectual contributions from GWP and its partners 3a: Knowledge dissemination to global entities and the corporate world 3b: Stakeholders have better access to relevant and practical knowledge and capacity to share 3c: Communications culture embedded across the Partnership and stakeholders take up strategic information and messages 4a: Strengthen the capacity of RWPs sot hey are more effective, and provide support to the CWPs 4b: GWPO and RWPs improve organisation, management and governance 4c: GWPO, RWPsand CWPs access new and diverse funding and increase traditional funding sources Vision: …a water secure world Outcome Challenges 3.4Strategicmessages Activities, outputs and budgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets Activities,outputs andbudgets
    • 2009 : Strategy update « Building climate resilience through water security » 2011 : « Future Directions » Climate change Food security Urbanization Transboundary waters Financing water management 2013 : Thematic focus areas proposed following participatory global/regional strategy process  Climate change  Food security  Urbanization  Transboundary waters  Ecosystems  Energy security ENDORSED BY MID-TERM STRATEGY REVIEW
    • Disaster Risk Reduction Climate Adaptation Water Security GWP operational strategy for building climate resilience through water security(Goal 2) Better climate information GWP´s approach : - Work with UNFCCC and the COPs (global level) - Focus on the extreme events : building the integrated flood management and integrated drought management programmes (with WMO) (regional level) - Integrate National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) with IWRM plans, and build these into national development planning (country level)
    • Thank you ! A growing international network since 1996