On 2-3 November 2020, the OECD Water Governance Initiative (WGI), held its 14th Meeting online. The meeting gathered 80+ practitioners, policymakers and representatives from major stakeholder groups. The 14th Meeting had the following objectives:
- Peer review the ongoing policy dialogues on water governance in Africa and Asia,
- Discuss the WGI contribution to the 9th World Water Forum,
- Advance WGI working groups on Capacity Development and Indicators: delegates participated in polls and lively group discussions to comment on the draft Working Paper on Indicators “Water governance as a means to an end: a stocktaking of impacts and measurement frameworks” and the draft Toolkit for self-assessing water governance systems at basin, local and national level.
The Water Governance Initiative (WGI) is an important process launched by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in 2013. It is a specific initiative to form a network to share good practices in order to achieve better governance in the water sector.
Please find the Agenda, the Highlights, and the List of participants of the meeting.