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Below are some useful links where you can find more information on various aspects of our previous and current work.

There are two distinct phases of GWI West Africa, which correspond to the change in strategic focus for GWI at a global level:

For more information on these different phases of work please see Our work or Where we work.

GWI global partners

CARE
Catholic Relief Services
International Institute for Environment & Development
IUCN
GWI is a partnership created by the Howard G. Buffett Foundation

GWI global and regional websites

Global Water Initiative (global site)
GWI East Africa
GWI Central America

Water for Agriculture (GWI West Africa 2013-2017)

Click here for more info on GWI West Africa work on Water for Agriculture

IUCN : Programme Ressources en Eau et Zones Humides - PREZOH
International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID)
CILSS
CGIAR
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
GFRAS
Global Water Partnership
Hub rural
Inter-réseaux
International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
International Land Coalition
Institut de Recherches et d’Applications des Méthodes de développement (IRAM)
IUCN : Programme Ressources en Eau et Zones Humides - PREZOH
International Water Management Institute
Niger Basin Authority
Organisation pour la mise en valeur du fleuve Sénégal (OMVS)
Organisation pour la mise en valeur du fleuve Gambia (OMVG)
Regional dialogue on large water infrastructures in West Africa

Stockholm Environment Institute
Volta Basin Authority

IWRM and WASH (GWI West Africa 2008-2012)

Click here for more info on GWI West Africa work on IWRM and WASH

Aquastat
Eau Vive
Food Security & Nutrition Network
Global Water Partnership Toolbox for IWRM
IRC E-Source
IRC WASH library
Practical Action
Programme Solidarité Eau

Rural Water Supply Network
Sahel Eco
Sanitation Updates
Stockholm Environment Institute
Water Aid
Water and Sanitation for Africa
Water and Sanitation Programme
Water, Engineering & Development Centre
WaterWorks
WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) for Water Supply and Sanitation

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