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2007

Regional Dialogue and Twinning to Improve Transboundary Water Resources Governance in Africa

Regional (Africa)

Titre : Regional Dialogue and Twinning to Improve Transboundary Water Resources Governance in Africa

Pays  : Afrique

Organisme de financement  : UNDP - United Nations Development Programme

Organisme d’exécution  : InWEnt-UNU INWEH-UNESCO-UNOPS

Approuvé le : September 19, 2007

Finalité et objectifs :
The GEF has funded one dozen multi-country African freshwater basin projects through foundational-type initial work worth 90 million US$. This proposal for a Medium Size Project (MSP) Grant from the GEF is to assist countries of these African basins to share experiences and catalyze partnerships toward effecting policy reforms for governance and transitioning to needed investments.

This will be done by supporting
(i) the adoption and national ownership of a number of GEF-catalyzed partnerships on transboundary waters in Africa,
(ii) the shift to systems thinking approaches by including groundwater, lakes and climate change considerations in shared basin planning and management.
(iii) the strengthening of investment planning processes,
(iv) exchanges of GEF project experiences that can inform global policy dialogues such as the World Water Forum (WWF) in 2009

Informations financières
GEF Grant : 1,000,000 US$
Cofin Amount : 1,915,001 US$
Project Cost : 2,915,000 US$

GEF (Global Environment Facility)

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