Regional WOPs platforms

Regional WOPs platforms (27)

 

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Regional Platforms

Regional Platforms (23)

GWOPA has helped establish regional platforms for WOPs in Africa, Asia, the Pacific, South East Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean.


It assists regional WOP platforms to develop business plans, helps them to raise money to support WOPs, and provides guidance on WOPs implementation.In some regions, GWOPA works with established platforms. In Asia, GWOPA's regional partners is Waterlinks, founded by the Asian Development Bank, the International Water Association and the United States Agency for International Development. In Africa, considerable efforts have been expended in establishing a functional WOP platform with the African Water Association. Furthermore, in response to strong demand in certain countries, national platforms were established to facilitate in-country or international WOPs.

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Operadores de 18 países de América Latina y el Caribe reunidos en Cartagena de Indias en Colombia el 25 y el 26 de agosto de 2016.

Monday, 19 May 2008 02:00

WOP-LAC Steering Committee

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WOP-LAC is guided by a Steering Committee made up of operators from the region. As of November, 2014 the members are:

  • COPASA, Companhia de Saneamento de Minas Gerais, Brazil (Presidency)
  • AySA, Agua y Saneamientos Argentinos, Argentina (Secretariat)
  • EPMAPS, Empresa Pública Metropolitana de Agua Potable y Saneamiento de Quito, Ecuador
  • Aguas Andinas, Chile
  • CORAAVEGA, Corporación de Acueducto y Alcantarillado de La Vega, Dominican Republic
  • OSE, Obras Sanitarias del Estado, Uruguay
  • EPM, Servicio Público de Aguas, Acueducto y Alcantarillado de Medellín, Colombia
  • SEDAPAL Servicio de Agua Potable y Alcantarillado de Lima, Peru
  • The regional WOP Platform for the Caribbean (Cari-WOP)

Global Water Operators’ Partnerships Alliance (GWOPA) of UN-Habitat and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) are permanent members.

Wednesday, 18 January 2012 01:00

Inter-regional cooperation Caribbean/Pacific

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Cooperation between the Caribbean and Pacific WOPs platforms

Tuesday, 11 January 2011 01:00

Cari-WOP: Capacity Development Events

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As part of Cari-WOP’s support to strengthen the capacity of water utilities in the Caribbean, a number of events and workshops were organized in the region, bringing together practitioners, decision-makers and expert institutions.

Monday, 14 January 2013 01:00

Cari-WOP: Steering Committee

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Cari-WOPs Steering Committee guides the work of the Secretariat and WOPs activities in the region.

Monday, 14 January 2013 01:00

Cari-WOP: Steering Committee

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Cari-WOPs Steering Committee guides the work of the Secretariat and WOPs activities in the region.

Monday, 14 January 2013 01:00

Cari-WOP: WOPs Activities

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Strengthening the capacity of Caribbean water utilities through peer-to-peer support partnerships is at the core of Cari-WOP’s mission and mandate.

Tuesday, 08 January 2013 01:00

The Caribbean WOP Platform (Cari-WOP)

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Cari-WOP is the regional platform for WOPs in the Caribbean and is embedded under the larger geographical WOP platform for Latin America and the Caribbean (WOP-LAC).

On the occasion of the 3rd Global WOPs Congress, Waterlinks recognized outstanding practice in Asia.

Monday, 09 March 2015 01:00

WaterLinks

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2015 waterlinksAbout WaterLinks WaterLinks began in 2008 as a platform for Water Operator Partnerships (WOPs) in Asia established by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), International Water Association (IWA), and United States Agency for International Development (USAID). In 2011, WaterLinks was incorporated in the Philippines as an independent non-profit organization. Recognized as the only experienced regional organization for the design and implementation of Water Operator Partnerships (WOPs) in Asia, WaterLinks catalyzes efficiency improvements to enhance and expand access to urban water and sanitation services. Principal WaterLinks activities are: • WOPs support and facilitation; • Regional capacity building program development (e.g. training, toolkits, manuals, studies); and • Knowledge management and networking Governing bodies/ structure (max 50 words): Vision and Mission (100 words): WaterLinks Mission: “Catalyze measurable change in the delivery of safe water and sustainable sanitation urban services” More about WaterLinks

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