Integrated water resources management

  • Oct 26, 2011Partnership Interventions for the Implementation of the Strategic Action Programme for Lake Tanganyika

  • Nov 13, 2006Community Water Initiative: BrochureSince 2004, the Community Water Initiative (CWI) has supported decentralized, innovative, low-cost, and community-based water resource management and water supply and sanitation projects in rural areas. CWI is part of the Global Environment Facility's Small Grants Programme.

  • Mar 1, 2010CWI: Fostering Water Security and Climate Change Mitigation and AdaptationThe Community Water Initiative (CWI) has funded successful projects in some of the most vulnerable communities in Africa, South Asia, and Central America. The publication highlights case studies that represent the types of projects funded through CWI that have helped foster water security in local communities while simultaneously helping them mitigate and adapt to climate change.

  • Nov 1, 2006Community Water Initiative: Project Portfolio ReviewThe Community Water Initiative (CWI) supports decentralized, demand-driven, innovative, low-cost, and community-based water resource management and water supply and sanitation projects in rural areas. The publication provides an overview of CWI’s project portfolio and features highlights from completed CWI projects in Guatemala, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Uganda.

  • Corruption Risks in Water LicensingNov 20, 2009Corruption Risks in Water Licensing

  • Jul 1, 2007Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources in the Pungwe Drainage BasinThis report presents the use a combination of climate and hydrological models to assess the possible consequences of future global warming on the water resources in the Pungwe catchment up until 2050. By generating on information on future trends in water resource availability in the basin the project seeks to identify possible adaptation needs over the coming years.

  • Nov 27, 2006Resource Guide: Mainstreaming Gender in Water ManagementThe Guide is a reference document designed to facilitate access to available literature and resources regarding gender and IWRM; improve the sustainability and effectiveness of water-related activities through incorporation of gender equality and diversity; and improve understanding and awareness of gender concepts through an easy reference to existing materials, cases, and tools. Download this Document * Complete Report English

  • Water Adaptation in National Adaptation Programmes for ActionMar 9, 2009Water Adaptation in National Adaptation Programmes for Action

  • Jun 23, 2004Water Governance for Poverty ReductionThis booklet aims to highlight the key water-related challenges developing countries face, give examples of approaches that have worked based on the experience of UNDP and its partners, and make recommendations concerning policy. It is organized in chapters that correspond to the areas targeted by the Millennium Development Goals.

  • Transboundary water management – why it is important and why it needs to be developedSep 23, 2013Transboundary water management – why it is important and why it needs to be developed