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IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing
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IUCN Water Programme, Asia on GWP-SEA WRM Financing

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  • 1. Water Programme, Asia Dr. Lalita Rammont GWP-SEA: WRM Financing Workshop Yangon, Myanmar 3 October 2013 INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE
  • 2. Investing in natural infrastructure means investing in people, their capacities and in good governance, including participation INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE 2
  • 3. Water Programme Themes Poverty reduction Participatory governance Natural infrastructure Integrated Water Resources Management Ecosystem services 3 Climate change resilience
  • 4. Ecosystems for Life: A Bangladesh-India Initiative Dialogue for Sustainable Management of Trans-boundary Water Regimes in South Asia To promote a better understanding of the water regimes in Bangladesh and India to address food, livelihood, biodiversity and climate change concerns. 4
  • 5. Ecosystems for Life: A Bangladesh-India Initiative Food security, water productivity and poverty Biodiversity conservation Environmental security 5 Climate change impacts Inland navigation
  • 6. Building River Dialogue and Governance (BRIDGE): 3Ss River Basin • Enriching information and knowledge sharing platforms • Enhancing leadership and governance capacities • Creating cross-sectoral dialogue on transboundary water management 6
  • 7. BRIDGE: 3S River Basin 7
  • 8. Connecting People and Ecosystems in the Indian Himalayas • Enhancing community-driven water resources management • Demonstration of improved livelihoods • Establishing a transHimalayan resource base for climate change adaptation strategies 8
  • 9. Mekong Water Dialogues II To Improved awareness and participation of stakeholders in water-related decisionmaking processes for sustainable livelihood security, human and ecosystem health 9
  • 10. Mekong Water Dialogues: Approach Civil Society Business Government (10-14 people) INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE (National issues, national consultation meetings, casestudies)
  • 11. River Basin Management in Asia Pacific 11
  • 12. Future initiatives • Geographic coverage: – Trans-Himalayan region – Tributaries of the Mekong – East Asia • Themes: – – – – 12 Environmental flows Trans-boundary water governance Hydro-diplomacy Benefit sharing
  • 13. More info: http://www.iucn.org/ about/work/progra mmes/water/resour ces/toolkits/ 13

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