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    • GWP in Action 2013 Dr Ania Grobicki, Executive Secretary GWP Network Meeting Port of Spain, Trinidad 27 June 2014 1
    • 2 • Regional hydrometeorological strategy supported by ECCAS (Goal 1) 154 Partners, 6 countries GWP Central Africa
    • 3 • Improved understanding of governance and financing for the Mediterranean water sector, a joint programme with OECD (Goal 1) • Demonstrations of non-conventional water resources management advanced in Mediterranean islands : Malta, Cyprus and the Dodecanese (Goal 2 and Goal 3) 80 Partners, 20 countries GWP Mediterranean
    • 4 GWP Central America • Costa Rica supported to develop a water agenda (Goal 1) • Capacity of local leaders strengthened in IWRM (Goal 3) 178 Partners, 7 countries
    • 5 GWP Caribbean • Regional cooperation advanced in the Caribbean on climate change (Goal 2) • GWP Toolbox used in university education (Goal 3) 83 Partners, 22 countries
    • 6 • Increased government awareness in Peru on the need for cross-sectoral integration and social inclusion, in the face of climate change (Goal 2) 291 Partners, 10 countries GWP South America
    • 7 • West Africa regional water policy action plan approved (Goal 1) • Local water management committee established in Burkina Faso (Goal 1) 248 Partners, 15 countries GWP West Africa
    • 8 • Regional development challenges tackled through cooperation framework (Goal 1) 320 Partners, 12 countries GWP Southern Africa
    • 9 • Wastewater handbook adopted for university course (”Natural Ways of Wastewater Treatment”) (Goal 3) • Water awareness raised through youth and art (Goal 3) 152 Partners, 12 countries GWP Central and Eastern Europe
    • 10 GWP Central Asia and Caucasus • State Water Management Programme adopted in Kazakhstan (Goal 1) • Mongolia establishes a Country Water Partnership (Goal 4) 155 Partners, 9 countries
    • 11 • Implementation plan approved for integrated management of the Xiang River Basin (GWP China Hunan) (Goal 1) • Regulations on groundwater management under a climate change scenario drafted in Shaanxi province (Goal 1) 100 Partners GWP China
    • 12 GWP Southeast Asia • Vietnam water law revised with GWP input, including the establishment of river basin organizations (Goal 1) 249 Partners, 10 countries
    • 13 • Improved water, sanitation and hygiene practices cut diarrhoeal disease in schools in Bangladesh (Goal 1) • Indian States brought closer together on transboundary river issues (Assam/Arunchal Pradesh) (Goal 2) 515 Partners, 7 countries GWP South Asia
    • 14 • Public and political awareness raised to promote climate resilience around Lake Cyohoha in Burundi (Goal 2) • GWP Kenya contributed to knowledge product – the Water Country Brief (Goal 3) 187 Partners, 9 countries GWP Eastern Africa
    • 15 • Strengthening Institutions for Transboundary Water Resources Management in Africa (SITWA) • (Goal 1) GWP Pan Africa
    • 16 • GWP advocates for a Sustainable Development Goal for water on the post-2015 agenda • GWP promotes the integration of water security and climate resilience in national and regional development plans (NAPs) 192 Partners from 32 countries outside existing GWP Regions Total Partners increased from 2,770 to 2,904 GWP Global
    • GWP Outcomes to 2013: • 182 outcomes identified so far in the current Strategy period • Steady progress during the Strategy and since 1998 • Lower progress in 2013 compared to 2012 : • gearing-up water and climate and other thematic programmes • Higher incidence of outcomes within programmatic approach since 1998 • Still very difficult to quantify and attribute benefits and value added Outcome level governance tools clustered by GWP ToolBox classification 2013 Strategy 2009 to 2013 Total since 1998 A Enabling Environment 16 55 93 B Institutional Roles and Capacity 9 46 100 C Management Instruments 10 81 128 Total: 54 182 321
    • Analysis of GWP partners by type and across regions • 121 new partners in the 12 month period Oct 2012 to Oct 2013 • total: 2844 partner organisations in Oct 2013