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<< Back to: ICLEI e-News | issue 13, September 2008
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‘LoGo Water’ aims at supporting local governments in the Southern Africa region to actively engage in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM).


Part 2

New support materials on local Integrated Water Resources Management

29-08-08
ICLEI Africa Secretariat has launched a set of guidance materials entitled ‘Local Government and Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM)’. This marks the end of the three year European Commission funded LoGo Water project. The materials are specifically tailored for local governments in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region. They are also useful for organisations and individuals supporting local governments.

Set of materials for supporting local governments in water resources management

The materials ranges from theory to practice and include the following four parts:All materials are available in English, French and Portuguese and can be downloaded from the project website: www.iclei-europe.org/logowater A CD-ROM containing the complete set of materials as well as hard copies of Parts I and IV in English and Portuguese can also be ordered from the head office of the ICLEI Africa Secretariat. iclei-africa@iclei.org

LoGo Water: African – European collaboration aimed at achieving the Millennium Development Goals

The aim of the LoGo Water project was to support local governments in the Southern Africa region to actively engage in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and thus contribute to the achievement of the water-related Millennium Development Goals. The project was implemented by a group of ten African and European partners, in close cooperation with eight local governments from the four countries sharing the Limpopo River basin, among them ICLEI members Bulawayo City Council in Zimbabwe and the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality in South Africa.
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