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A new draft National Water Strategy was presented and discussed on 8 June in the Steering Committee of the National Policy Dialogue on Integrated Water Resources Management in Baku. The meeting was organized by the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), in cooperation with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
At a meeting of the Steering Committee of the National Policy Dialogue on Integrated Water Resources Management (NPD IWRM) in Tajikistan, held on 25 May in Dushanbe, it was decided to finalize a Water Sector Reform Strategy for irrigation, drainage and drinking water in Tajikistan in October 2012.
Kyrgyzstan makes strides in improving its water resources management within framework of UNECE-supported NPDSubmitted by Elina Mirzoeva on 09-October-2012 - 0 Comments | 0 file | 1201 reads
On Wednesday, 18 April, in Bishkek, the seventh meeting of the Steering Committee of the National Policy Dialogue on Integrated Water Resources Management approved work towards a River Basin Management Plan for the Chu River Basin and endorsed the outcome of a baseline study, which will serve as a basis for targets and a programme of measures on water and health in Kyrgyzstan. These outcomes are a significant step in addressing issues such as pollution of the Chu River, as well as the quality of drinking water, and its subsequent health impacts.
The UNECE, through the Secretariat of the Water Convention, and the OECD have jointly planned the following areas of work under the National Policy Dialogues either on IWRM or on WSS in the countries of EECCA region for 2012. These activities are subject to possible changes. If needed please check the information with the UNECE Secretariat at email@example.com
The Republic of Moldova
The new EUWI newsletter ‘WaterWorld’ is being launched now to coincide with the 10 year anniversary of the EUWI which was established at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg (26 August – 4 September, 2002). WaterWorld will be a quarterly publication that will provide news about the EUWI, its activities and issues of interest in the water sector. It is intended to promote communication and information exchange between EUWI stakeholders and to raise awareness and understanding about EU activities related to the water sector globally.
The China Europe Water Platform (CEWP) will promote the policy dialogue at the Wolrd Water Forum 6 between China and Europe about challenges, possible solutions and activities related to the water, food security and energy nexus.
The 2012 World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden will take place on 26-31 August. For more info see http://www.worldwaterweek.org/
During the World Water Week, an Africa Working Group Meeting will be organized. More details will be posted here as soon as they are available.
The first announcement for the 4th Africa Water Week has now been made. It will take place on 14-18 May in Cairo, Egypt.
For further details, please see http://www.africawaterweek.com/
An Africa Working Group Meeting will take place during the Africa Water Week and possibly other AWG convened events. Further information will be posted shortly.
Together with African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW) and a number of other organizations, the EUWI-Africa Working Group (AWG) co-convened the seminar Focus: Africa at the World Water Week 2011 in Stockholm.