Category Archives: Floods

Innovation and IWRM in Central American communities

Civil Engineer Axel Martinez, 26, from Nicaragua, spent five months as a Young Professional Development Initiative Intern under GWP’s Water, Climate and Development Programme (WACDEP). He worked in GWP Central America’s regional office from August to December 2018. In this blog post, he shares reflections on his activities.  Central America is a … Continue reading

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Water: A no-brainer for the post-2015 agenda

The following blog article was written by the Global Water Partnership for “Outreach“, a multi-stakeholder publication on climate change and sustainable development, produced by Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future, in relation to GWP’s participation at COP19 in Warsaw, Poland. … Continue reading

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Where Did Wetlands Go in Water Management?

World Wetlands Day, marked on February 2, did not attract a lot of attention this year (alas, it rarely does). No TV headlines, no political rhetoric, no riots. Only a few conservationists produced posters and pins to commemorate one of … Continue reading

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