PROJECTS

The economic importance of water cannot be overstated, as it plays a vital role in various economic social and enviromental sectors such as domestic, agriculture, manufacturing, mining and biodiversity conversation. Water supports these various activities essential for our daily lives. However, water is often undervalued and underpriced, leading to economic externalities and underinvestment in water management.

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The Global Water Leadership in a Changing Climate programme (GWL) is working intensely in ten countries, bringing together key stakeholders and decision makers from two water management pillars – water resources and water and sanitation – to develop holistic, integrated policies and plans to enhance national water and climate resilience.

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The conference will be held under the theme Seeing the Unseen: Sustainable Management of Groundwater Resources in a Changing Climate which is in line with the global theme for 2022 World Water Day, as declared by UN Water; “Groundwater – making the invisible visible”.

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Global Water Partnership Tanzania (GWPTZ) is working with various stakeholders including the Ministry of Water to accelerate progress for attainment of Sustainable Development Goal 6 on Water and Sanitation.

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Multisectoral Approach ideal in resolving challenges in the Water, Energy and Food Sectors, stakeholders agree Stakeholders in Water, Energy and Food sectors in Tanzania have been urged to find ways where they can effectively utilize resources to solve interconnected challenges in the three sectors.

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The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC), in collaboration with the Global Water Partnership Tanzania and Global Water Partnership Southern Africa (GWPSA), implemented a climate-resilient integrated water management pilot project in the Wami/Ruvu Basin, in Tanzania, that is aimed at helping communities living within the Basin adapt to the adverse effects of climate change.

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