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Bangladesh: government cuts water and sanitation budget by US$ 121 million

The Bangladesh government has reduced its allocation for water and sanitation by around 10 billion taka (US$ 121 million) in the proposed 2012-13 budget. This is 29 per cent less than in 2011-2012. Just two months earlier at the SWA High Level Meeting in Washington, DC, the government had committed to increase the allocation for sanitation and water supply by 50 per cent. [1]

Engaging young people in international climate change policy

Leo Tambussi

Leo Tambussi shares his thoughts on the role of young people can play in relation to water and climate change. 

Lessons learnt from government implementation of One Million Water Tanks

Leo Tambussi

Leo shares his learning from the session 'Bridging the Gender Gap in Water Resource Management'.

 

Water session at the Sustainable Development Dialogues

 

Leo Tambussi reports from the water session at the Sustainable Development Dialogues in Rio. 
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