WOPs

  • learning approachesThe aim of the paper is to provide the conceptual basis for understanding capacity development and learning approaches in Water Operators' Partnerships (WOPs), that have been arisen from the second Global WOPs Congress, held in Barcelona in November, 2013.

    The paper also makes an important initial contribution to the Boosting Effectiveness of Water Operators' Partnerships (BEWOP) project, a 5-year collaboration between UN-Habitat's Global Water Operators' Partnerships Alliance (GWOPA) and the UNESCO Institute for Water Education (UNESCO-IHE) to mainstream effective knowledge transfer and change in WOPs.

  • Providing an adequate water supply to Florence and Boone suburbs to satisfy present and future growth demands in a manner that accords best with geographic, economic, social and other factors. The city of Cincinnati would enlarge its utilities supply to reach larger customer base.

  • II congressReport of the II Congress of GWOPA held in Barcelona in 2013, in which the main themes treated were finance of WOPs, their results, learning approaches, capacity development for non-revenue water management, water workers, and risk reduction, besides an overview on the regional WOP platforms work, recent performance and future goals.