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The Global Water Partnership : addressing challenges of globalization - an independent evaluation of the World Bank's approach to global programs - case study (Inglês)

The Global Water Partnership (GWP) was formally created in Stockholm in December 1995, at a meeting of 56 organizations, including governments, multilateral banks, united Nations agencies, professional associations, and the private sector. Over 75 participants present at the meeting agreed to establish the Global Water Partnership and formed an Interim Committee to move the idea forward. GWP formally came into being in 1996 and started functioning in 1997. Based on the principles of integrated water resources management, the program's mission is to support improved water resources management and development at the local, national, regional and/or river basin level.


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    Kelly,Lauren, Rana,Saeed Ahmed

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    The Global Water Partnership : addressing challenges of globalization - an independent evaluation of the World Bank's approach to global programs - case study

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