Roadmapping for Advancing Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Processes

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Roadmapping for Advancing Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Processes

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Joint UN-Water and the Global Water Partnership (GWP) Report[2].

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2008

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  1. The Copenhagen Initiative is an outcome of the International Conference on "Managing Water Resources Towards 2015", which was hosted by the Danish Government in cooperation with UN-Water and the Global Water Partnership and held in Copenhagen on 13 April 2007. The Conference Summary can be found at www.ucc-water.org.
  2. This statement has been prepared to support countries in their efforts to improve water management through an IWRM approach, and to stimulate the development of a robust framework for monitoring, evaluating and reporting on the outcomes of such an approach.

See also

Status Report on IWRM for CSD16

Setting the Stage for Change - IWRM Status in 2005

Status and plans of EECCA countries in fulfilling the WSSD target on IWRM-plans by 2005

Speedup of the Integrated Water Resources Management Objectives-2005 Implementation in Central Asia

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 Roadmapping for Advancing IWRM final.pdf

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