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CIWA ANNUAL REPORT 2022 [FRENCH]

Posted in : on 14 December 2022

The heart of CIWA’s work is convening countries with the goal of cooperating more effectively and with less friction on projects and infrastructure whose impact crosses borders. Read the French version of our Annual Report 2022 to know more.

ANNUAL REPORT 2022 [ENGLISH]

Posted in : on 1 December 2022

The heart of CIWA’s work is convening countries with the goal of cooperating more effectively and with less friction on projects and infrastructure whose impact crosses borders. Read our Annual Report 2022 to know more.

Improving Water Quality in Lake Victoria Basin: Social and Livelihood Development

Posted in : on 16 June 2022

The CIWA’s Lake Victoria Basin Learning Notes Series gives an overview of the causes of degradation of water quality in Lake Victoria and explores potential engagement areas to improve it. Based on a World Bank study, those notes go over global and regional lake restoration lessons and the recommended long-term and multi-country strategy.

Improving Water Quality in Lake Victoria Basin: Sustainable Land and Water Management

Posted in : on 16 June 2022

The CIWA’s Lake Victoria Basin Learning Notes Series gives an overview of the causes of degradation of water quality in Lake Victoria and explores potential engagement areas to improve it. Based on a World Bank study, those notes go over global and regional lake restoration lessons and the recommended long-term and multi-country strategy.

Improving Water Quality in Lake Victoria Basin: Waste Management

Posted in : on 16 June 2022

The CIWA’s Lake Victoria Basin Learning Notes Series gives an overview of the causes of degradation of water quality in Lake Victoria and explores potential engagement areas to improve it. Based on a World Bank study, those notes go over global and regional lake restoration lessons and the recommended long-term and multi-country strategy.

Improving Water Quality in Lake Victoria Basin: Breaking the Cycle of Climate Vulnerability

Posted in : on 16 June 2022

The CIWA’s Lake Victoria Basin Learning Notes Series gives an overview of the causes of degradation of water quality in Lake Victoria and explores potential engagement areas to improve it. Based on a World Bank study, those notes go over global and regional lake restoration lessons and the recommended long-term and multi-country strategy.

Gender Equality and Social Inclusion in Nile Basin Transboundary Water Resources Management and Development

Posted in : on 21 March 2022

This CIWA Learning Note focuses on capturing lessons learned and recommendations from CIWA’s support to NBI’s gender equality work from 2012 through 2020. This support was provided primarily through the Nile River Basin Support Program and the complementary project, Nile Cooperation for Results. Since support to the NBI operated at both the project and institutional levels, this Note considers lessons learned from past promotion of gender equality and acknowledges the practical realities of sustaining financial and technical contributions to address gender inequalities in a transformative way.

Invisible Bonds: Transboundary Resilience in Horn of Africa

Posted in : on 18 March 2022

The document presents an overview of the findings of a stocktaking exercise conducted among selected regional resilience initiatives and Advisory Services and Analytics (ASAs), supported by the World Bank in the HoA.

Ensuring Gender and Social Inclusion is Considered at the Project Concept Phase

Posted in : on 10 March 2022

The CIWA Learning Notes form part of CIWA’s commitment to promoting the adoption of a transformative approach to GESI by recognizing the need to undertake multiple interventions across many sectors and levels to tackle the deep-seated gender inequalities and shifting gender relationships within the transboundary water context in Africa at both the project and institutional level.

CIWA ANNIVERSARY REPORT, IN FRENCH!

Posted in : on 14 February 2022

For 10 years, CIWA has fostered cooperation over transboundary waters, improved water resources management, protected biodiversity, helped countries beset by conflict and fragility, and spurred climate resilience in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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