BAFWAC: The Business Alliance for Water and Climate was formed in ahead of the COP21 Paris agreement with founding partners, CDP, WBCSD, and Suez. The Mandate currently serves as coordinator. Companies who are part of BAFWAC commit to 1) analyzing and sharing water related risks to implement collaborative response strategies 2) measure and report on water use data and 3) reduce impacts on water in their operations and throughout their value chain. BAFWAC is also building a community of best practice of tools and resources around three innovation areas: circular water management, climate resilient agriculture, and natural infrastructure.
Course on Human Rights-based approach to Water and Sanitation
The Secretariat is working in the development of capacity building and toolkits on wetland inventories to support Contracting Parties on their reporting on Indicator 6.6.1 through National Reports.
Building capacity of farmers to plan for and respond to future impacts of climate change on food security / water resources management in Myanmar.
National level pilot case study on Ecological based Adaptation methods; Education and training on tools and methodologies for climate risk informed decision analysis
UN DESA advises Member States/Governments on implementing the policies and programmes developed at UN conferences back in their home countries. It assists interested Governments in translating policy frameworks developed in UN conferences and summits into programmes at the country level and, through technical assistance, helps build national capacities.