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Cooperation in International Waters in Africa (CIWA) annual report 2014 (Inglês)

The Cooperation in International Waters in Africa (CIWA) 2014 Annual Report summarizes the progress and impact of the program in FY14. The report showcases the breadth of CIWA’s portfolio, describing the program’s engagements across the continent in East, West and Southern Africa primarily in the Nile, Niger, Volta, and Zambezi basins. Important catalytic activities, including the Political Economy of Cooperation, a Multi-Sector Opportunities Analysis in the Okavango Basin and efforts to make important water and climate information more accessible through the Spatial Agent app are also featured. The report demonstrates how the CIWA program supports and influences important potential investments in water-related infrastructure, institutions and information systems by providing analytical and technical support during project identification and preparation. CIWA continues to be an important tool for the World Bank and its clients in their efforts to reduce poverty by advancing water resources management and development. The CIWA program is supported by the governments of Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom.


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    Cooperation in International Waters in Africa (CIWA) annual report 2014

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