Celebrating resilience during World Water Week

Water is the essential ingredient of life.  But changes in the climate are putting water at risk – on the farm, in the home, on the coast, through our rivers and oceans, and even underground.

World Water Week provides an annual focal point for throwing a spotlight on the world's water issues and the solutions. See below how UNDP is working with national governments, civil society, thought leaders, vulnerable communities, donors and other key stakeholders to support innovative water-focused climate change adaptation projects across the globe. 

World Water Week, 27 August – 1 September, focuses on "Water and Waste: Reduce and Reuse." #WWWeek

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Climate Resilient Integrated Water Resource and Coastal Management Signature Programmes
UNDP supports countries to promote integrated, ecosystem-based, climate-resilient management of the world’s major freshwater and marine trans-boundary waters systems through improved water and ocean governance. Learn more about our signature programmes. 
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Last Updated: 27 Aug 2017