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ISW-SWE ANNUAL REPORT 2021

Enabling systemic change Our 2021 Annual Activity Report  is now available! 2021 – another year shadowed by the pandemic, but a year of hope with the rollout of vaccines and, above all, our shared commitment to pursue our mission. In this “bizarre world” that has become uncertain, we are determined to maintain our approach and … Continue reading ISW-SWE ANNUAL REPORT 2021

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Inauguration of the catchment area protection sites in the village of Vinatori, Nisporeni, Moldova

On May 27, SWE organized an event for the launch of the project “Implementation of protection measures for drinking water catchment points” at the House of Culture in the village of Vinatori, Moldova. A look back at this project which has enabled the rehabilitation and securing of water catchment points supplying water to the 1200 … Continue reading Inauguration of the catchment area protection sites in the village of Vinatori, Nisporeni, Moldova

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Civil society and Youth Voices at the UN-Water Decade Conference in Tajikistan

The International Secretariat for Water (ISW) is mobilizing local, regional, and international civil society – with a strong focus on youth and women – for a major water sector global platform: the 2nd High-Level International Conference on International Decade for Action (June 5th to 9th,2022).  The Dushanbe Water Process is an official key preparatory event for the United … Continue reading Civil society and Youth Voices at the UN-Water Decade Conference in Tajikistan

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Apply for the Second Youth Basin Dialogue – Syr Darya River

Building cooperation across borders and generations in the Syr Darya Basin The Central Asia Youth for Water network (CAY4W), the International Secretariat for Water (ISW), the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and their partners are excited to launch the call for participation for the Second Youth Basin Dialogue on the Syr Darya Basin. … Continue reading Apply for the Second Youth Basin Dialogue – Syr Darya River

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A unified #WaterGeneration at the 9th World Water Forum

As key elements of the 9th World Water Forum youth strategy, the General Assembly of the World Youth Parliament for Water and the Youth Space of the 9th World Water Forum allowed young people from all over the world the opportunity to work together to strengthen their capacities on major water-related themes,  to develop strong … Continue reading A unified #WaterGeneration at the 9th World Water Forum

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Civil society at the 9th World Water Forum in Dakar

The World Water Forum ended on March 25, 2022. On the occasion of this major event of the water sector, the coalition of NGOs and CSOs for water – the Butterfly Effect – were mobilized through its members to support the involvement and active participation of civil society both in the preparatory process and at … Continue reading Civil society at the 9th World Water Forum in Dakar

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CIVIL SOCIETY’S WAKE-UP CALL TO TACKLE THE GLOBAL WATER CRISIS

Water is the major social and ecological issue of the 21st century. All stakeholders acknowledge the significant challenges we face in implementing the human rights to water and sanitation and in managing our water resources in an equitable and sustainable way. Although water is primarily managed locally, the water crisis is GLOBAL: the entire international … Continue reading CIVIL SOCIETY’S WAKE-UP CALL TO TACKLE THE GLOBAL WATER CRISIS

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Youth for Water and Climate Programme : 1st in- person workshop

Last week, we gathered 20 young Europeans in Budapest (Hungary) for the first mobility of the “Youth for Water and Climate Program“, a capacity building project for young professionals in the water sector. This 8-month program offers, among other things, a mentoring experience, support in finding internships and an online curriculum to support the development … Continue reading Youth for Water and Climate Programme : 1st in- person workshop

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