Sub-Saharan region

Global Water Partnership Tanzania

Global Water Partnership Tanzania (GWPTZ), previously known as Tanzania Water Partnership (TWP) was launched in Feb 2004 as the 8th CWP in the Southern African Sub Region. After its launch, the CWP addressed the needs of the 2002 Water Policy, and deliberated on strategies that could assist the government in the implementation of the Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) Institutional Setup. Read more on the background of the TWP.

Global Water Partnership Tanzania

Organisation Profile and Setup

The partnership's main objective is to promote partnerships in implementing integrated water resources management, sanitation and hygiene in the country as a means to foster equitable and efficient management and sustainable utilization of water resources for economic growth and human security. Read more on the vision of the partnership.

Thematic Areas

The partnership operates under 7 thematic areas. These focus areas are in line with the overall GWP strategy and have been identified to address the various challenges in the water sector in Tanzania. Read more about TWP.

Projects

CAWESDEA

The partnership's main objective is to promote partnerships in implementing integrated water resources management, sanitation and hygiene in the country as a means to foster equitable and efficient management and sustainable utilization of water resources for economic growth and human security.

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Climate Research for Development

The partnership's main objective is to promote partnerships in implementing integrated water resources management, sanitation and hygiene in the country as a means to foster equitable and efficient management and sustainable utilization of water resources for economic growth and human security.

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Maji Week Conference

The partnership's main objective is to promote partnerships in implementing integrated water resources management, sanitation and hygiene in the country as a means to foster equitable and efficient management and sustainable utilization of water resources for economic growth and human security.

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SDG Lab

Sustainability Lab on Private Sector Engagement in Management of Water and Coastal Resources in Tanzania. The Future Earth funded SDG Lab explicitly targets to initiate a stakeholder’s dialogue on Water-Energy-Food security nexus and its implications on coastal resources in the Rufiji Delta in Tanzania. The Lab, which is being led by Global Water Partnership Tanzania, will explore the potential for Public-Private-Civil society partnership in relation to water resources management, energy, agriculture and coastal resources in Rufiji Delta in Tanzania.

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Projects