Freshwater Action Network
– grassroots influencing on water and sanitation

Capacity building

Versión oficial en español de la agenda post 2015

“Transformar nuestro mundo: la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible”, es el nombre que le han dado a la agenda que se deberá adoptar en la cumbre de los días 25 a 27 de septiembre del 2015. Ha sido traducido a 6 idiomas, adjunta puede encontrar la versión en español y descargarla.

Importante consulta sobre los indicadores de la Agenda Post2015.

 

Último día 7 de septiembre. 

Invitamos a todos los miembros de la Red de Acción por el Agua FANMex y otras organizaciones que trabajen el tema de agua y saneamiento a que nos envien sus opiniones sobre qué indicadores consideran que son los más apropiados para medir una verdadera mejora en la vida de las comunidades más marginadas.

Freshwater Action Network Mexico intervention in the stocktaking meeting for the post 2015 development agenda negotiations

26.jan.15 Nathalie Seguin, coordinator for the Freshwater Action Network Mexico was appointed for dialogue between delegations and Mayor Groups. Nathalie spoke on behalf of the Freshwater Action Network, advocating for human rights on specific goal of water but also human right based approach in all set of goals and prioritization of water for life, environments and food. 

Post 2015 stakeholder preparatory forum

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20/01/15 On january 16th took part the Stakeholders preparatory forum for the Post 2015 development Agenda negotiations, where representatives of different delegations were present and established a dialogue with different civil societies representatives. Please find the summary with the core debate and recommendations made.

Interregional learning: Pakistani impressions of WASH in Nepal

Pakistani media visit to Nepal

A week-long visit by young Pakistani journalists to Nepal has generated a great deal of inspiration for driving improvements back in Pakistan through the mainstream media.

Media learning visit: rainwater harvesting in schools

Pakistani media visit to Nepal

In June 2013, FANSA supported a team of Pakistani journalists to visit a number of WASH interventions in Nepal as part of its Young Media Fellowship programme. The activity aimed to help drive a sanitation campaign in Pakistan which is calling on the government to be accountable about their roles in improving the sector, extend their support for a better WASH sector in Pakistan.

Capacity needs assessment tool

To identify and support partners’ capacity needs, the GTF developed this capacity needs assessment tool.
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