The Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF) and The Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) have partnered to host the Water Security Summit: Asia 2014 held on 23-24th April 2014, Malaysia.
AIDF have developed the agenda and speaker panel in consultation with key organisations, such as UNEP, ADB, Thai Red Cross, CIPS, UN Habitat, World Bank, IOM, FAO, UNESCO and regional governments. The summit brings together 300+ regional experts and thought leaders in water management, including policy makers, researchers, development agencies, NGOs and the private sector, to share ideas on improving water governance and developing sustainable solutions.
Registration to this very timely and important summit is now open.
There are limited complimentary spaces for NGO and public sector.
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Water in Green Growth and Water –Food Energy Nexus
Sustainable Water Resource Management
Sanitation & Waste Water Management
Water Financing & Investment Opportunities
Water Governance and Pathways for Collaboration
Water Supply for Rural & Vulnerable People
Emergency Water Management
Who will attend:
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