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GWP ToolBox: Knowledge Sharing Tool presented by D. Thalmeinerova, GWP



GWP ToolBox: Knowledge Sharing Tool presented by D. Thalmeinerova, GWP

GWP ToolBox: Knowledge Sharing Tool presented by D. Thalmeinerova, GWP



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    • GWP ToolBox: Knowledge Sharing Tool D. Thalmeinerova, GWP
    • Challenge in GWP Picture from V.Pangare: Global Perspectives on IWRM, 2006
    • GWP ToolBox on-line IWRM library
    • GWP ToolBox
      • Purpose
        • IWRM knowledge sharing and dissemination tool
      • Goal
        • To contribute to establishing a global communication platform to share knowledge and develop capacity
      • Components
        • Tools (54 tools – guidelines how to implement IWRM);
        • Case studies (193 cases – illustrate how tools work in practice);
        • References (178 references – support documents, manuals, papers, and external IWRM knowledge databases).
    • What is ToolBox?
      • It is on online forum for water experts and the broader community to address and improve the managment of water resources
      • It decribes the pillars and components of IWRM
      • It shows best practices and case studies
      • It gather relevant publications, support documents, organizations and web links on IWRM
    • Dynamics in ToolBox Fixed part: Tools Revision possible
      • Evolving part:
      • Case studies
      • References
    • 54 tools
    • Tools in ToolBox
    • 工具的构成 A: Rules created by legislation, policy and financing structures B: Roles of agencies, utilities, RB authorities, regulators & other stakeholders C: Management practices
    • Enabling Environment (A - tools)
      • Deal with water policies and their development
      • A1.1 Preparation of a national water resources policy
      • A1.2 Policies with relation to water resources
      • Include tools for use in the development of water law
      • A2.1 Water rights
      • A2.2 Legislation for water quality
      • A2.3 Reform of existing legislation
      • Deal with financial resources to meet water needs
      • A3.1 Investment policies
      • A3.2 Financing options I: grants and internal sources
      • A3.3 Financing options II: Loans and equity
    • Institutional Roles (B - tools)
      • Deals with forms and functions of institutions
      • B1.1 Reforming institutions for better governance
      • B1.2 Transboundary organisations for water resource management
      • B1.3 National apex bodies
      • B1.4 River basin organisations
      • B1.5 Regulatory bodies and enforcement agencies
      • B1.6 Service providers and IWRM
      • B1.7 Strengthening public sector water utilities
      • B1.8 Role of the private sector
      • B1.9 Civil society institutions and community based organisation
      • B1.10 Local authorities
      • Includes tools for upgrading the skills
      • B2.1 Participatory capacity and empowerment in civil society
      • B2.2 Training to build capacity in water professionals
      • B2.3 Regulatory capacity
    • Management Instruments (C - tools)
      • About understanding resources
      • C1.1 Water resources knowledge base
      • C1.2 Water resources assessment
      • C1.3 Modelling in IWRM
      • C1.4 Developing water management indicators
      • C1.5 Ecosystem assessment
      • Combine development options, resource use and human interaction
      • C2.1 National integrated water resources plans
      • C2.2 River basin plans
      • C2.3 Groundwater management plans
      • C2.4 Coastal zone management plans
      • C2.5 Risk assessment and management
      • C2.6 Environmental assessment (EA)
      • C2.7 Social assessment (SA)
      • C2.8 Economic assessment
    • Management Instruments (C - tools)
      • Involves various tools for balancing supply and demand
      • C3.1 Improved efficiency of use
      • C3.2 Recycling and reuse
      • C3.3 Improved efficiency of supply
      • Encourages social change instruments
      • C4.1 Education curricula on water management
      • C4.2 Communication with stakeholders
      • C4.3 Information and transparency for raising awareness
      • Shows how to manage disputes
      • C5.1 Conflict management
      • C5.2 Shared vision planning
      • C5.3 Consensus building
    • Management Instruments (C - tools)
      • Regulatory instruments
      • C6.1 Regulations for water quality
      • C6.2 Regulations for water quantity
      • C6.3 Regulations for water services
      • C6.4 Land use planning controls and nature protection
      • Economic instruments
      • C7.1 Pricing of water and water services
      • C7.2 Pollution and environmental charges
      • C7.3 Water markets and tradable permits
      • C7.4 Subsidies and incentives
      • Information and knowledge management
      • C8.1 Information management systems
      • C8.2 Sharing data for IWRM
    • Short description & external link MAIN COMPONENTS
    • Many other information with relevance to IWRM Cases sorted by Region Contributions from GWP Partners Language and local versions under development
    • For Who is this ToolBox? Why we would like to share it?
      • As water is everybody’s business…...
      trainers practitioners decision makers experts academia
    • How to contribute? How to ask questions? Click here to contribute Click here to contact
    • Why do we need a Case study? Theoretical description Synthezied memory Practical implementation
    • Problems in interpretation
      • INTEGRATED WRM approach
      • versus
      • individual TOOLS
        • Popularization of term “IWRM” results in replacing the integrated system by its fragments (IWRM became to be a slogan)
    • Present interest in ToolBox
      • Strongly differes region by region
      • From ”how to use ToolBox” to ”use ToolBox”
      • Some regions are ”donors” to database rather than ”users”
      • Limited use if language or internet access barriers exist
    • Current ToolBox products
    • Vision and goal
      • Vision :
      • ToolBox will be an internet based repository of all GWP knowledge on IWRM and the first choice site for water practitioners, decision makers and partners
      • Goal :
      • ToolBox will contribute to establishing a global communication platform to share knowledge and develop capacity
    • Areas of intervention
      • Shift from ”introduction of ToolBox” to ”application of tools in ToolBox”
      • Establishment of mechanism to provide for ”region-to-region” knowledge exchange
      • Maintain current partners and bring new partners to share IWRM knowledge
    • ToolBox in Practice: how to benefit
      • ToolBox as a guide for IWRM planning, implementation (and monitoring achievements)
      • ToolBox gives handy hints on water governance problems
      • ToolBox provides for comprehensive summaries on mix of tools to be considered when carrying water projects
      • ToolBox illustrates good practices in cross sectoral integration
      • ToolBox is useful in training courses
    • ToolBox in Practice: how to contribute
      • Elaborate cases and share them with others
      • Provide references to enlarge on-line IWRM library
      • Document experience from your work