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Strengthening Women for Water Partnerships and Exposure around the Globe

The international secretariat of WfWP, based in The Hague, The Netherlands, would like to get in touch with an experienced media and communication specialist for an intermittent assignment contributing to an increase of external exposure of WfWP’s work to selected target groups around the globe and strengthening communications and knowledge exchange between members.  More information



May 3rd, 2016
Earth Day 2016: NetWwater highlights the damaging impact of ‘mini hydros’ in Sri Lanka

On Earth Day 2016 NetWwater took a community in Sri Lanka protesting the construction of a mini hydro in the Dellawa rainforest along with proponents to see the damaging environmental impacts of these small hydro dams for themselves.

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March 30th, 2016
CSW60: Progress on SDGs not possible without gender equality

Women for Water Partnership (WfWP) sent a strong delegation to CSW60, which took place from 14-24 March in New York, to ensure the commission would emphasize the importance of combining SDG5 (gender equality) and SDG6 ( access to water). The conclusions are now published.

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March 22nd, 2016
World Water Day: Give women a voice and listen to them

The theme of World Water Day 2016 is Water and Jobs. WfWP not only wants women to be in water bodies and their heads counted, but it is even more important that those women raise their voices, and that they are being listened to.

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March 8th, 2016
International Women’s Day 2016: Pledge for Parity in Safe Water for All

Today the world celebrates International Women’s Day. This year’s theme is Pledge for Parity. What are favourable conditions to increase participation, how can they increase influence and what are bottlenecks we need to overcome?

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November 23rd, 2015
WfWP at the closing ceremony UNSGAB

The "UN High-Level Water and Sanitation Days 2015" took place in New York UN HQ November 18 - 20, 2015. UNSGAB released the report “The UNSGAB Journey”. WfWP SC member Lesha Witmer was present and took part in the panel.

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