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4 World Bank Institute and Global Seminars In 2005, the WBI …engaged more than 100,000 civil servants, development practitioners, parliamentarians, political leaders, civil society groups, and young people in more than 1,000 face- to-face and distance learning activities. Each day WBI delivered 7,000 Web casts and the digital equivalent of 4,000 books.

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8 World Commission on Water for the 21 st Century Formed in 1998 Notable founders –Robert McNamara (former Bank president) –Mohamed El-Ashry (CEO of Bank Global Environmental Facility) –Enrique Iglesias (President of Inter-American Development Bank) –Wilfried Thalwitz (former World Bank VP) –Ismail Serageldin (senior WB environmental official) –Jerome Monod (chairman of the board, Suez) –Maurice Strong (former CEO of Petro-Canada)

9 International water policy think tank formed in 1996 Circulated World Water Vision report calling for privatization Governed by members of UN, World Bank, CIDA, UNDP, African Development Bank, IUCN, Suez –In 1998, Rene Coulomb (former director of Suez) and William Cosgrove (Bank VP) were VPs of WWC

10 Formed in 1996 Funded by bilateral aid agencies, World Bank, UNDP, and Ford Foundation Notable officials –Chair of steering committee: Ismail Serageldin (former World Bank VP) –Executive Secretary: Emilio Gabbrielli (managing director of Thames Water Do Brazil) –Chair of Panel on Financing Water Infrastructure: Michael Camdessus (former IMF director)

11 British water NGO formed in 1981 –Notable trustees Vic Crocker (retired CEO of Severn Trent) Hugh Speed (VP of Suez) David Luffram and John Sexton (directors of Thames Water) Stuart Derwent (Southern Water) Colin Skellet (chair of Wessex)

12 World Bank Water Companies World Commission on Water Global Water Partnership World Water Council WBCSD Camdessus Report Ismail Serageldin William Cosgrove Enrique Iglesias John Briscoe Margaret Catley-Carlson Rene Coulomb Jerome Monod WaterAid SuezThamesVeiola Transnational Policy Network on Water: Late 1990s

13 Organizations and Water Companies Belonging to Water TPN Since 1996

14 Actively involved in EU research funding –Example: UNESCO-IHE Water research institute received 300,000 Euros from Suez in 2002 Suez funded a professorship at IHE in 2003 Actively involved in teaching, curriculum planning, and supervision and financing of masters students

15 World Business Council for Sustainable Development Observatoire Social International Corporate Social Responsibility French Committee for Environment and Sustainable Development National Council for Sustainable Development Enterprises for the Environment Forum for Responsible Investment European Foundation for Territorial Sustainable Development Observatoire sur la Responsibilite Societale des Entreprises Paris Council for Sustainable Economic Development Fondation Nicolas Hulot UNESCO Womens Forum Aquafed Oieau

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22 Mapping Out International Finance in the Bangalore Water Sector World Bank ADB USAID KUIDFCBMPBWSSB JBIC Karnataka Municipal Reform Project $216 million Karnataka Urban Water Sector Improvement Project $39.5 million Karnataka Urban Development Project $80 million Karnataka Urban Development and Coastal Environment Management Project $175 million Financial Institutions Reform and Expansion Project (FIRE I) (completed) FIRE II (ongoing) Bangalore Cauvery Water Supply Stage IV Phase I 28,452 billion yen (completed) Bangalore Cauvery Water Supply Stage IV Phase II 70,355 billion yen (ongoing) GBWASP

23 BATF SURVEY ON IMPROVEMENTS ON CRITICAL PROBLEMS

24 Interactions with Agencies Matrix of key `Disablers

25 WHAT REPORT CARDS ACHIEVED... STRENGTHENING CIVIL SOCIETY INITIATIVES SWABHIMANA MOVEMENT - SERVICE DELIVERY IMPROVEMENTS, ELECTORAL TRANSPARENCY. CAPACITY BUILDING FOR PUBLIC INTEREST GROUPS ADVOCACY NGOs AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS- FEDCOT, SEWA, RKS, UNDP REPLICATIONS/ADAPTATIONS: BATF, Bangalore; Governance Score Cards - Bangladesh; Social Weather Project - Philippines


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