Global Water Solidarity (GWS)
2012 Marseille France
Officially launched 2012, Marseille (France), during the 6th World Water Forum, by E-XE3382 - UNDP through its Geneva Representation Office. Also previously known as: Global Water Solidarity - International Platform for the Promotion of Decentralized Solidarity Mechanisms.
Contribute to the achievement of MDG target 7-C and the human right to water and sanitation; promote, scale up and support decentralized action for water cooperation, through articulation of partners and interventions, exchange of knowledge and expertise and innovative financing mechanisms; develop, replicate and scale up decentralized solidarity mechanisms (DSMs); support existing DSMs at national and regional levels.
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