Convene of stakeholders at the World Water Week for a session on the source-to-sea balancing act development needs and ecosystem preservation
Through Cap Net, UNDP works with the Global Water Partnership and UNHabitat to support greener cities and capacity development for IUWM.
The network for sustainable water management, Cap-Net, directly links to SDG target 17.9 on CAPACITY-BUILDING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.
Directly related to both SDG 6.5 and SDG 13 (target 13.3).
The project promotes sustainable consumption and production through the ECO-CERTIFICATION OF FISHERIES.
Raise public awareness on the importance of water and its conservation through a comprehensive national awareness programme targeting youth and women particularly “The Lebanese Center for Water Management and Conservation” (LCWMC) Lebanon
SDG 1 (No poverty), SDG 5 (gender equality), SDG 10 (reduced inequalities). Poverty targeting, gender equality and empowerment are cornerstones of IFAD’s work to reduce rural poverty and food and nutrition insecurity. This puts people – rural women, men, youth and indigenous peoples – at the centre of IFAD’s development projects and policy engagement. This unique approach aims to support the development of inclusive, equitable, sustainable and resilient rural societies and agriculture sectors that are food secure and able to take advantage of the opportunities provided by growing markets, thus providing a springboard to rural transformation.
About 35 officers from the relevant institutions MWR, SALWACO and Guma water companies and district council leaders trained on climate change impacts, preparedness and responses In Sierra Leone