Central and Eastern European Basin Organizations' Network (CEENBO)
Réseau des organismes de bassin d'Europe centrale et orientale
22 June 2001, Warsaw (Poland). Regional network of International Network of Basin Organizations (INBO). Dissolved following decision Sep 2017, Dublin (Ireland).
Promote cooperation on integrated water resource management in Central and Eastern Europe.Available with paid subscription only.
Strengthens the relations between INBO members from neighbouring countries of the CEE region; facilitates the implementation of the existing Associated Program (AP) of the Global Water Partnership/INBO in the CEENBO region and takes necessary steps forward to establish the new AP; organizes technical seminars on the 'Stage and problems on the implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD)'; exchanges information regarding the organizational structure in each CEENBO country in order to implement the EU WFD; develops information and training programmes for raising public awareness and for local elected officials. Organizes workshops.
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Members in 10 countries
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- Land and Coastal Forms
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