WaterWikiA network aimed at:
- connecting Water professionals to knowledge and experience based on work in the context of the UN;
- providing an on-line collaboration platform for Water Sector Practitioners worldwide to find and share their experience and lessons learned;
- improving coordination and inter-agency cooperation in the water sector.
European Water InitiativeThe initiative was launched in 2002, at the World Summit for Sustainable Development in Johannesburg. It's main goal is “to create the conditions for mobilising all available EU resources (human & financial), and to coordinate them to achieve the water-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in partner countries.”
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Cap-NetCap-Net is an international network for capacity building in IWRM. It is made up of a partnership of autonomous international, regional and national institutions and networks committed to capacity building in the water sector.
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Global Water PartnershipThe Global Water Partnership (GWP) was established in 1996 in response to the call during the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro to manage water resources sustainably to resolve current and future water crises. The GWP promotes a holistic, participatory and cross-sectoral approach to water management (IWRM) in eleven regions of the world, including Central Asia.
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International Water Management Institute-Central AsiaIn 2000, IWMI began work in the Aral Sea region. In 2001, IWMI opened a sub-regional office in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, to oversee these activities. Since then IWMI’s work here has concentrated on addressing some of the key water management issues facing the region.
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Interstate Commission for Water Coordination of Central AsiaICWC, represented by five Ministers of water resources or by their prime deputies at par, is the body of five governments, which entrusted direct functions of water resources management and development and maintenance of sustainable natural and hydro ecological processes on transboundary water resources to the Ministries (State Committees, Departments) of Water Resources.
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International Fund for saving the Aral SeaWas created in 1993 to foster the implementation of agreements between the central Asian states on joint management, use and preservation of water resources and to mitigate the consequences of the Aral ecological disaster recognized as one of the largest ecological disasters in the XX century.
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CAWater-InfoThe first Central Asian Knowledge Portal is focused on water and land resources and environmental problems in the Aral Sea basin. The Portal was created within the framework of the Central Asia Regional Water Information Base (CAREWIB) Project funded by the Swiss Agency for the Development and Cooperation and being implemented by SIC ICWC jointly with the UNECE and UNEP/GRID-Arendal.
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