Freshwater Action Network
– grassroots influencing on water and sanitation

South Asia

Learning visit - SriLanka

Learning visit - SriLanka

Small town water supply scheme strategic plan - Nepal

FAN Nepal publication on Strategic plan of small town water supply scheme

SACOSAN declaration compilation - Nepal

SACOSAN declaration compilation, Nepal. Consists of SACOSAN proceedings from I to IV.

It changed my perception…

Eklavya Prasad is representing FANSA in Bonn Climate Change Talks. He writes his first day experience from Bonn Climate Change Conference 21 – 25 May 2012. 

A first timer's view of the UN Climate Change talks

Eklavya Prasad

Today was my 'first' for numerous circumstances. My first time in a climate change negotiations; my first day in the ongoing UNFCCC's Bonn Climate Change Talks; my first occasion of interaction with Karin Lexen and Karin Glaumann of Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI); and of course first day at Bonn in the open.

Exploring paths to push water in the entire climate change discourse

The second day for me at the UNFCCC's Bonn Climate Change Talks was a mixed bag of experiences. The day started with a quick morning meeting and ended with a summary meeting with Karin Lexen and Karin Glaumann of Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI). This arrangement seems to be working well because it not only helps in planning the day but also creates space for clarifying doubts and in strategizing plans and actions for the following day.

Progress at High Level Meeting of Sanitation and Water for All Partnership

The Sanitation & Water for All Partnership made good progress at its recent 'High Level Meeting' convened by UNICEF at the World Bank Spring Meeting on 20 April 2012.  Civil society advoca

Translating the political commitments

Yakub Hossain, Deputy Executive Director at Village Education Resource Centre and the National Convenor of Freshwater Action Network South Asia Bangladesh represented in the Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) steering committee meeting a day prior to the official launch of the 6th World Water Forum in Marseille, France.

Still a long way to go for water as a right

Syed Shah Nasir Khisro, national convenor of FANSA Pakistan has extensive experiences working in the water and sanitation sector for the past two decades. He shared that he has attended the World Water Forums, the fifth one in Istanbul, Turkey and the sixth one here in Marseille, France.

Opportunities for networking at the 6th World Water forum

Purna Chandra Misra, National Convenor of FANSA India participated in the 6th World Water Forum 12-17th March in Marseille. Isabella Montgomery, Communications Coordinator at FAN Global spoke to Mishra about his learning experiences at the forum.

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