Organisers: Oregon State University and Monash University South Africa (The workshop will be limited to a maximum of 30 participants.) How to identify and address gaps in current water management practices to achieve water security in Utilities providing water for their cities need to work hand in hand with basin stakeholders to ensure water security for their cities.Participants will be divided into 2 opposing teams for or against the debate question: Should developing cities invest in sustainable water management before securing basic water supply and sanitation?A representative of each group is expected to report back to the audience.
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Jakub Drewnowski (Gdansk University of Technology) and Christian Loderer (Kompetenzzentrum Wasser Berlin Gmb H) will share their experience about preparing a successful proposal.
In the individual group works the participants finally have time to exercise the learned tips during the workshop.
IWA is developing a Basin Action Agenda which will provide guidance pathways to influence and activate utilities, cities and their industries to become water stewards working with basin and catchment organisations, as well as other water management stakeholders (e.g. The objective of the proposed workshop is to have a working session which actively provides inputs and perspectives of YWPs from different sectors on how end-users including cities, utilities and industries can play a key role in securing water resources and their efficient use for the benefits of all water users across a catchment.
This discussion will inform the IWA Basin Action Agenda which is driven by the IWA and its members and partners and will be finalised for the 2018 IWA World Water Congress in Tokyo.