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IUWM way forward_francois brikké_30 aug IUWM way forward_francois brikké_30 aug Presentation Transcript

  • IUWM Proposed way forward 30 August 2013, Regional Days 1
  • An overview  Survey carried out  Consultations on going with Regions, Countries and Partners  Technical approach refined, together with TEC members, based on the SWITCH experience and recent developments  Regional approach proposed, starting with Africa with opening in Asia, Latin America, CEE and MED, together with a Donor agency and CB partner 2
  • Key themes  Stakeholders participation and Urban Water Partnerships  Water management see through the entire water cycle  Waste water management amd reuse  Flood – Storm water management  Economics of water and waste  Institutional and management efficiency  Decentralized systems and inclusiveness  Modelling for technology selection 3
  • Process at Country – Urban level 4 Raising AwarenessTraining Modules Building Capacity Creating UWP • Common vision • CB and Investment Plan • Demonstration Projects
  • Activities  TEC IUWM Workshop in Manila with Asian Development Bank (Done)  Development of the training modules (Sept – Oct – Nov)  TEC IUWM Workshop in Dakar (25-26 Nov)  Discussions with AfDB, ADB, WB and IADB (need to prioritize, but also plan ahead)  Partnership with Mayors Organizations, WOP, Muncipalities  Response to specific country demands 5
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