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Demystifying Nature-based Solutions (World Water Week 2023)

Drawing on recent experiences of designing NbS, OneWorld convened an official World Water Week 2023 session on 21 August, with a diverse panel of global experts to demystify NbS and to discuss ongoing challenges and opportunities for mainstreaming nature-based approaches.

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Reflections: Multi-scale groundwater strategies in Africa – supporting innovation (World Water Week 2023)

World Water Week official Session (20 August 2023) In [...]

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OneWorld reflects: Supporting Increased Private Sector Participation in Metropolitan Level Resilient Linked Capital Investment (Energy components)

OneWorld is reflecting on outcomes and findings from our [...]

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World Water Week 2021 – Disrupting Status Quo: Water in health and climate crises

“This is an emergency, so we need to make significant changes to the way we live and need to start paying for things previously we considered to be free.”

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PRESS RELEASE: OneWorld climate resilience project in Zambia wins award

A climate resilience project in Zambia to which OneWorld contributed, Strengthening Climate Resilience in the Kafue Sub Basin project (SCRiKA), recently won the Water ChangeMaker People’s Choice Award–Africa, organised by the Netherlands government and Global Water Partnership (GWP).

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PRESS RELEASE: OneWorld hosts climate finance course in Africa

Seventy-four trainees from 26 African countries will join the continent’s community of climate finance experts after successfully completing a training program through the African Development Bank. Eighteen of the 74 graduates who emerged as top achievers qualified as trainers and will continue to build capacity across the continent.

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