Report of the first SWA Partnership Meeting, held in Benoni, South Africa from 12-14 November 2012 which brought together over 110 SWA partners and potential partners from developing countries, governments, donors, development banks, civil society, multilaterals, sector partners and research and learning institutions. Southern civil society was represented through FAN Global members. The meeting and aimed to review what has been achieved since the beginning of the partnership in 2010 and decide what future role it should play.
Meeting report on preparing for SACOSAN 5 in Nepal
This document responds to the work done by the various entities that formed the thematic group “Ensuring access to water and sanitation for all and the Human Right to Water and Sanitation”, coordinated by the IDB with the support of UN HABITAT and the active participation of FANCA, FANMEX, ABDIB, GWP, CNA, CEHI, World Bank, ANEAS, ASCE, AIDIS, CAF and the University of Nebraska.
Freshwater Action Network was asked to nominate a representative to speak about the perspective of Southern civil society on Water and Climate Change Adaptation during the 13th session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Long-Term Cooperative Action (AWG LCA) at the Climate Change Talks in Bonn held from 1-12 June 2009. The Global Public Policy Network on Water Management (GPPN) http://gppn.stakeholderforum.org who were organizing the workshop and side event were particularly interested in the perspective from South Asia so FAN approached FANSA to nominate a representative to attend. FANSA nominated Ramisetty Murali, FANSA Convenor. Unfortunately, at the last minute, he had to cancel so I gave a presentation on their behalf.
A report of ANEW's involvement in the first Africa Water Week in Tunis 2008 including session recommendations.