Category: EUWI publications
To commemorate the 10 year anniversary of the establishment of the EUWI and to highlight its evolution and key achievements, a video ‘EU Water Initiative: Perspectives of Implementing Partners’ has been produced.
The video can be viewed by clicking on the following link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5My3YpQGe8&feature=em-upload_owner
The meeting of the Coordination Group of the EU Water Initiative was held in Brussels on 23 January 2013.
- CentresofExcellenceJanuary2013-Final.pdf (2.36 MB)
- CEWP_BXL_230113_Reumert.pdf (539.83 KB)
- Challenges__opportunities_-_AWG_for_the_EUWI_CG_meeting_Jan_2013.pdf (802.15 KB)
- Horizon_2020__Water_EU_WI_22.01.2013.pdf (504.07 KB)
- MEDEUWI_SG_Brussels_2013_01_23.pdf (2.68 MB)
- EUWI-EECCA-region.pdf (159.21 KB)
- Report_EUWI_CG_0113_UNECE.doc (34.5 KB)
The European Union Water Initiative (EUWI) was launched as a political process in 2002 in Johannesburg at the World Summit on Sustainable Development and the following "10 years publication (2002-2012)" provides an account of its functioning and achievements.
The EU Water Initiative – Finance Working Group (EUWI-FWG) and the Global Water Partnership (GWP) have been instrumental in influencing this change through knowledge generation with a broad range of partners and by clearly articulating the message that finance and good water governance are inextricably linked. Moreover, the need for water resources management and water services to be an integral part of national development plans has been highlighted in order to access government and donor finance.
Until recently it was rare for water professionals to consider financing issues. Water advocacy and plans were often aspirational – neglecting to show where the money would come from, how activities would be financed or who would pay for them. It was as if finance was somebody else’s problem. Likewise, people from the finance sector have not given great importance to water related issues.
A study on the implementation of the "EU Code of Conduct on Complementarity and Division of Labour in Development Policy" in the WASH sector in Africa.
This report analyzes EU aid targeted to sanitation in Africa and contains case studies from Burkina Faso, Uganda and Mozambique.
Ce rapport analyse l'aide de Union européenne a l'assainissement en Afrique. Il contient des études de cas de Burkina Faso, Ouganda et Mozambique.
World Water Day: Commission launches €40 million to improve access to water in Africa, Caribbean and PacificSubmitted by Maria Vink on 22-March-2011 - 0 Comments | 0 file | 2738 reads
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Dialogues and policies must produce tangible results
Thus, the EUWI 5th objective: "to identify additional financial resources and mechnaisms to ensure sustaina