Water Platform Honduras

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Project ID

Project Title

Water Platform Honduras

Type

Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM)

Focus Areas

Geographic Scope

Lead Organization(s)

Project Partners

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Financing

Total: $150,000;

Sources of Financing: The UNDP contribution is $150,000, which joined the contributions of government, international cooperation and private enterprise.

Timeframe

Status

Ongoing

Project website(s)

www.undp.un.hn/plataformadelagua

Contacts

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Contents

Description

The Water Platform is a voluntary body, made up of individuals and corporations (Government, Civil Society, Private Sector and International Cooperation) to promote a space for dialogue, evaluation and proposed at the national level for capacity building and impact on the Integrated Management of Water Resources (IWRM) in Honduras.

Expected Outcomes

Achievements: Results and Impact

Lessons for Replication

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References

See also

  1. Water Conflict and Cooperation/Lempa River Basin
  2. The Case of the Trifinio Plan in the Upper Lempa: Opportunities and Challenges for the Shared Management of Central American Transnational Basins
  3. Support Program for Construction of the Aqueduct Valley, Nacaome
  4. Strengthening the Network of Fishworkers for Responsible Management of the Caratasca Lagoon System, Honduras
  5. Reconstructing and Improving the water and sewerage system of Tegucigalpa, Honduras
  6. Protection and Management of Water Resources in Village of the Flowers, Honduras
  7. Prevention of Pollution in two indigenous communities in the Coco River, Nicaragua
  8. Economic Governance of Water and Sanitation, Honduras
  9. Conservation Committee of sea turtles in Honduras

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