Water Resources Accountability supporting adaptation climate change managing water resources, water productivity water governance Mark Smith availability of water
30 November 21
The first phase of “Water Resources Accountability in Pakistan” was launched here on Tuesday for strengthening the capacity to manage water resources at federal and provincial levels, supporting adaptation to climate change and improving environmental sustainability.
The overall objective of this programme is to ensure implementation on National Water Policy and Provincial Water Act. International Water Management Institute (IWMI), WWF Pakistan, Government of the Punjab, UK High Commission and other foreign agencies are collaborating in implementation of this programme.
Director General International Water Management Institute (IWMI) Mark Smith throwing light on the project said that component 1 of the project will offer climate resilient solutions for improving “Water Governance”.