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EU Water Initiative EECCA Component Working Group Meeting

EU Water Initiative EECCA Component Working Group Meeting

07 - 08 November 2011
Bucharest Romania

The 15th meeting of the Working Group will bring together 80 participants including senior officials representing water and environmental authorities, experts from countries of Western, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia; as well as international organisations and donors. Organisation of the meeting is supported by the European Commission. The EU Water Initiative Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia (EUWI EECCA) Working Group is the body which monitors and steers the work of EUWI EECCA.

Documents of the meeting ENG RUS
Agenda of the meeting PDF PDF
Minutes of the meeting PDF PDF
List of participants PDF


Download presentations of the meeting - In English

Lessons learnt from the regionalization process in Romania case study of the Raja Constanta. Vasile Ciomos, PhD Romanian water association, and Eng. Aurel Presura, Raja Constanta

Bridging people from different regions for new solutions in the water sector. Paul Reiter, International Water Association

The preparation of the Second Assessment: challenges, successes and lessons learned. Lea Kauppi, Director General, Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE)

Payment for ecosystem services in Upper Hrazdan pilot river basin of Armenia. Benyamin Zakaryan, Director “Geoinfo”

Optimisation of water systems in Ukraine. Natalia Olijnik, Ministry of Regional Development, Construction, Home of Ukraine, and Ashot Baghdasaryan, COWI

Economic instruments for «better» water management and allocation. Food for thoughts from … Armenia & elsewhere. Pierre Strosser

Regional, national and local level experiences of IWRM principles implementation in the countries of CA. Oyture Anarbekov, Senior Research Officer, IWMI-Central Asia

Monitoring of EUWI-EECCA Component activities. Jesper Karup Pedersen, Technical Secretariat

United water supply company of Georgia

National Policy Dialogue on IWRM in Tajikistan. Leif Iversen, Consultant

NPD IWRM in Turkmenistan

The Aral Sea basin: ways of cooperation to meet interests. Murat Bekniyazov, Representative of Kazakhstan at the Executive Committee of the International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea

Findings of the Second Assessment of Transboundary Rivers, Lakes and Groundwaters. Status of cooperation in the UNECE region. Gulnara Roll, EUWI coordinator at the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

Economic instruments for water allocation. Xavier leflaive, OECD

Programme of Work and Budget. Xavier leflaive, OECD

In Russian

Протокол по проблемам воды и здоровья. Георгий Шалару, Министр окружающей среды Республики Молдовы

Трансграничное сотрудничество между странами Южного Кавказа. Георгий Дзамукашвили, Global Water Partnership Georgia

Национальный политический диалог по ИУВР в Таджикистане. Лайф Иверсен, консультант

The UNECE-supported National Policy Dialogues on IWRM programme assist governments of the countries of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia in promoting implementation of the IWRM in line with the principles of the UNECE Water Convention, the Protocol on Water and Health, the EU Water Framework Directive and other UNECE and European Union instruments.

National Policy Dialogues on IWRM are the main operational instrument of the European Union Water Initiative (EUWI), an international partnership that aims at contributing to the achievement of the water related Millennium Development Goals. The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) is the strategic partner to support the policy dialogue process on integrated water resources management. The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is the strategic partner for water supply and sanitation.