What are the different approaches that GWP can adopt and adapt at all levels to scale up implementation of Solutions<br />
Reaching out through Dialogues<br />MED Case Study: 3 Dialogues fully implemented.<br />coastal Lagoons in Cap Bon<br />Mnasra aquifer<br />Al Azraq Oasis<br />Partners: InWEnt, GWP-Med, IUCN-WESCANA, ABHS, APAL, RSCN<br />3<br />
Recommendations to note:<br />1. Entry point of the dialogue<br />2. Context and institutional anchoring<br />3. Linkage with the political process<br />4. Managing the process<br />5. Ensuring stakeholders’ participation<br />6. The Critical role of facilitation<br />7. Building the collective knowledge base<br />8. From planning to action. <br />4<br />
Key Lessons: <br /><ul><li>Working with Partners GWP Can reach local levels and other sectors and ‘IMPLEMENT* concrete things on the ground.
Supporting govt commitments and development priorities
Potential roles GWP can play<br />GWP as an implementing partner of RECs can promote cross-sectoral integration between water and food.<br />GWP can identify and provide capacity building needs<br />Facilitation of development investments and financing of water and food<br />
Water Investment Framework for Sustainable Agriculture ensuring Food Security<br />Case from Vietnam <br />
GWP can partner with FAO like in Vietnam and Zambia to scale up this new initiative<br />Traditional approach<br />New FAO approach<br />Sectoral investment plans<br />Water Investment Framework (WIF)<br />
Roles of GWP in increasing Investments for water and food<br />IWRM is also considered during formulating WIF as a main activity to achieve sustainable water uses <br />CWP can provide support its knowledge and experiences in formulating WIF and bring stakeholders together<br />While the challenges of achieving food security are increasing, IWRM is an effective way for better water resources management<br />
Water efficiency can help in agriculture, e.g in China<br /><ul><li>The water resources and food security in China is now facing a big challenge because of the uneven distribution of water resources, the mismatching of water and land resources, the rapid social-economic development and the low efficiency of water use.
The central government of China started to implement the strictest water resources management strategy since 2009, which may be a crucial policy to guarantee the water resources and food security in China.
The successful implementation of the strategy requires active participitation of stakeholders and water partners, and supports from scientific and technological fields. </li>