PROGRAM

8th. WORLD WATER FORUM

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AGENDA

8º FÓRUM MUNDIAL DA ÁGUA

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Session 9.a.1 - Transformational IWRM for the 2030 Agenda

Monday - 16:30 - 18:00

THEME

Governance

ROOM

Room 28

DESCRIPTION

[OS-TP-87] 

IWRM is pivotal to the 2030 Agenda actualization. Building on preceding decades of experiences, IWRM in the 2030 Agenda must become transformational and deliver results at a higher scale and speed. This session will use case studies and synthesis of learning from alternate models for integrating water resource management horizontally across sectors, stakeholders, states/provinces, legal institutions, and vertically across levels, to test the prevailing IWRM framework. Participants will identify how to revitalize IWRM principles and operational strategies to guide IWRM decision-makers, practitioners within/outside states/countries in the 2030 Agenda.

MEMBERS OF THE SESSION COORDINATION GROUP

International Union for Conservation of Nature - IUCN
K-Water (Korea)
SEWA - Self Employed Women's Association (India)
Committee of the São Francisco River Basin (Brazil)
Brazilian Association of Water Resources - ABRH (Brazil)

SESSION PARTICIPANTS

● Synara Broch (Brazilian Association of Water Resources)
● Mark Pascoe (International Water Centre, Australia)
● Mark Smith
● Bharti Bhavsar (SEWA, India)
● Johan Gely (Swiss Development Cooperation Agency)
● Callist Tindimugaya (Commissioner of Water Resources planning and Regulations, Government of Uganda)
● Yvonilde Madeiros (Sao Francisco River Basin Committee, Brazil)
● Sukuk Yi (K-Water)