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The French Water Partnership (FWP)

Publié : Janvier 2012

The French Water Partnership (FWP) was created on 22 March 2007, on the occasion of World Water Day and following the 4th World Water Forum in Mexico City in 2006, with the aim of helping to meet the global challenge of water and sanitation for all in the 21st century. The FWP is present on the international stage with its partners from other countries, in order to propose concrete solutions and promote their inclusion in water policies. 
The FWP brings together the French water stakeholders active on the international stage : Ministries, NGOs, local authorities, companies, river authorities and scientific and technical organisations. It currently has more than 100 members. It is a forum for debate concerning the governance and management of water resources, which helps ensure that water is on the international agenda and maintains a political decision-making focus on water-related challenges, in particular the Millennium Development Goals.
What is the FWP ?
The FWP brings together the French water stakeholders active on the international stage : Ministries, NGOs, local authorities, companies, river authorities and scientific and technical organisations. It currently has more than a hundred of members. It is a forum for debate concerning the governance and management of water resources, which helps ensure that water is on the international agenda and maintains a political decision-making focus on water-related challenges, in particular the Millennium Development Goals.

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