International Water-Related Associations' Liaison Committee (IWALC)
Comité de liaison des associations internationales relevant de l'eau
1994-11-23 Cairo Egypt
23 Nov 1994, Cairo (Egypt). Also referred to as International Water-Related Associations Liaison Committee.
Initiate integrative approaches for combined involvement of various specializations; review activities in the field of global water issues; share experiences on organizational and financial matters.
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Committee of 14 international water-related associations, represented by their Secretaries General or Presidents and of 2 international organizations as Observers: F-XE0426 - International Hydrological Programme (IHP); B-XB3556 - World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Coordinating secretariat supported by B-XB1562 - International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID), Delhi (India).
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