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Session daily report: Implementing IWRM (Integrated Water Resources Management) in the 2030 Agenda

Event 7th Africa Water Week Libreville Gabon 29 October–2 November 2018 Subtheme 3. Water Governance Re-engineering the IWRM, the Nexus Approach in Action Session 04 Implementing IWRM in the 2030 Agenda Subject Solutions to improve IWRM implementation in African countries especially in Central Africa Rapporteurs Mboumba, Larissa Nancy, SASI, and SpeakUpAfrica Moderator Bjornsen, Peter Koefoed, DHI, Global Water Partnership), GWP, and United Nations Environment Programme... 0

Session daily report: Reducing Inequalities in WASH : Working Together to Protect the Foundations of Development

Event 7th Africa Water Week Libreville Gabon 29 October–2 November 2018 Subtheme 2. Choices, Approaches and Actions for Safely Managed Sanitation in Africa by 2030 Session 04 Reducing Inequalities in WASH Working Together to Protect the Foundations of Development Subject The problem of inequalities in the water sanitation and hygiene sector Rapporteurs Mickongo-Moukakou, Brel-Maurel, SASI, and SpeakUpAfrica Moderator African Civil Society Network on Water and... 0

Session daily report: Demonstrating Political Leadership in the African Water Revolution

Event 7th Africa Water Week Libreville Gabon 29 October–2 November 2018 Subtheme 1. Water Security Infrastructure Investments and Innovation Session 04 Demonstrating Political Leadership in the African Water Revolution Subject Additional investments are required to improve rainfed agriculture throughout Africa Rapporteurs Ondo, Claudia, SASI, and SpeakUpAfrica Moderator Madden, Katherine Discussants Anton Earle, SIWI, Date Session 30 October 2018 Document Type Session Daily Report Unique ID... 0

Session daily report: Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Initiative (RWSSI), Strategic Plan 2018-2025

Event 7th Africa Water Week Libreville Gabon 29 October–2 November 2018 Subtheme 4. Financing the Africa’s SDG 6 Ambitions Beyond Political Declarations Session 03 Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Initiative (RWSSI) Strategic Plan 2018 to 2025 Subject The 2018 to 2025 strategic plan of the African Development Bank’s Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Initiative Rapporteurs Ngalekassaga, Wilde Rosny, SASI, and SpeakUpAfrica Moderator Diallo, Souleymane Ousmane... 0

Session daily report : Fostering Scientific and Technical Capacities and Competencies in Africa’s Water Sector through the AU-NEPAD Water Centers of Excellence

Event 7th Africa Water Week Libreville Gabon 29 October–2 November 2018 Subtheme 3. Water Governance Re-engineering the IWRM, the Nexus Approach in Action Session 03 Fostering Scientific and Technical Capacities and Competencies in Africa's Water Sector through the AU NEPAD Water Centres of Excellence Subject Addressing human capacity shortfalls in water resources management through regional training and research networks Rapporteurs Ondo, Claudia, SASI, and SpeakUpAfrica... 0

Session daily report : Boosting access to sanitation in African cities through peer-to-peer learning partnerships of sanitation operators

Event 7th Africa Water Week Libreville Gabon 29 October–2 November 2018 Subtheme 2. Choices, Approaches and Actions for Safely Managed Sanitation in Africa by 2030 Session 03 Boosting Access to Sanitation in African cities through Peer to Peer Learning Partnerships of Sanitation Operators Subject Sharing experiences lessons and challenges from the Reinforcing African Sanitation Operators in Africa (RASOP) project Rapporteurs Ntchorere Issambo, Louise Nocadi, SASI,... 0

Session daily report: Water Secure Africa (WASA) Initiative: Harnessing Big Data to Improve Water Management

Event 7th Africa Water Week Libreville Gabon 29 October–2 November 2018 Subtheme 1. Water Security Infrastructure Investments and Innovation Session 03 Water Secure Africa (WASA) Initiative Harnessing Big Data to Improve Water Management Subject WASA a joint initiative to take advantage of big data to improve water management Rapporteurs Iboundji Magaya, Sacha Moderator Scheiner, Barbara Discussants Judith Efundem Agbor Enaw, Gérard O Osuagwu, Olalekan Williams,... 0
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