Classroom and on-site training on a range of technical areas during first visit of Bethlehem operator to Barcelona.
GWOPA participated in the African Ministers' meeting, organized by the Sanitation and Water for All platform, bringing the voice of operators to the table.
Spanning 10 countries, the Danube river is a vital resource for Europe and its citizens.
The African Water Association held its 18th Congress in Nairobi, Kenya where the focus was on sustainable access to water and sanitation.
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A tool for coastal and small island state water utilities to assess and manage climate change risk.
Experts aim to raise the profile of ‘waters’ in the new urban agenda.
The 8th Meeting of GWOPA's International Steering Committee addressed past, present and future activities within the Alliance.
GWOPA is leading a consultation to coordinate water sector stakeholders’ inputs on the evolving New Urban Agenda that will be finalized during the Habitat III Conference in October 2016.
The Mayor of Anta, along with a technical staff member and master´s student, visited the GWOPA secretariat to discuss potential WOP opportunities.
GWOPA joins partners from Latin America to show commitment to water and sanitation.
Closing meeting of UNSGAB reflects on successes factors and makes final recommendations.
Local and global actors reinforce capacity development efforts and collaboration to build a sustainable future.
Over one hundred local stakeholders came together in Barcelona to exchange on what this new framework means at the local level, and take active steps to achieve the most ambitious development agenda the world has ever seen.