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    GWP Governance Review 2014 GWP Governance Review 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • WHY? • GWP as a Network was created in 1996 • GWP Organisation created in 2002 • Today – 2014 – different global challenges, new ways of implementing GWP Strategy • Governance = Structure is still as set in 2002
    • What we have today
    • Accountable to The GWP Network GWP Partners, RWPs, CWPs (Support from GWPO) Support to Financial Partners Group Voluntary funding Global Water Partnership Organization Meeting of the Sponsoring Partners Appointment of Chair, SC, Auditors, receipt and consideration of Annual Report Nomination Committee Nomination of Chair & SC membersSteering Committee Develop strategic direction and oversight GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE Executive Secretary & Secretariat (Implementation of Strategy/Fiduciary) Technical Committee (Technical guidance) • Semi-autonomous governance • Implementation of activities under the GWP Strategy • GWP Financing & locally raised funding 2014 The Network Meeting Annual meeting of GWP Partners • Adopt strategic direction and policy of GWP
    • Scope How could the governance and organisational structures of the GWP Network and GWPO better respond to the emerging global challenges within the context of its Strategy? By assessing: • The effectiveness of each of the governance roles and develop options to improve these roles in a cohesive manner. In doing so, the implications of proposed changes to any governance entity and its interconnectedness with other governance entities must also be considered, as well as the implications for the wording of the Statutes which govern GWP/GWPO. • Different options for organizing the financing of GWP/GWPO operations so that the Global Water Partnership is sustainable in the future.
    • Broad Road Map • Mid July – procured external consultant • Mid August – first draft of Inception Report • From mid August to end of September: – Consultations with RWPs, Partners, GWPO Secr. – Interviews • October – draft report and feedback • Mid October – final report