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1 Local Actions for a Global Challenge 4th World Water Forum EURO INBO 2005 Namur, Belgium 4th World Water Forum EURO INBO 2005 Namur, Belgium

2 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Contents Themes and components of the Forum Forum Program Preparatory Process How INBO participates

3 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Themes and components of the Forum

4 Local Actions for a Global Challenge TOPIC SESSION FRAMEWORK THEMES 1.Water for Growth and Development 2.Implementing Integrated Water Resources Management 3.Water Supply and Sanitation for All 4.Water Management for Food and the Environment 5.Risk Management CROSSCUTTING PERSPECTIVES A.New Models for Financing Local Water Initiatives B. Institutional Development and Political Processes C.Capacity Building and Social Learning D.Application of Science, Technology and Knowledge E.Targeting, Monitoring and Implementation Assessment A B C D E Thematic Content

5 Local Actions for a Global Challenge The Ministry of Foreign Affairs leads this component. The process will mainly use the UN System to negotiate the Ministerial Declaration with governments. The Ministerial Declaration will include a political message related to the relevant water issues and also the regional papers as attachments. There will be a multistakeholder dialogue with thematic round tables. Ministerial Conference

6 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Water Fair It will include different cultural, artistic, social and educational activities from all the regions of the world such as: Performances in the aisles and corridors of the venue, Photo Exhibition Childrens Program, etc. Film Show

7 Local Actions for a Global Challenge World Water Expo There will be m 2 for the exposition with capacity for almost 625 stands. Having everybody in one venue will increase the opportunities to interact with all the stakeholders.

8 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Forum program

9 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Thursday 16Friday 17Saturday 18Sunday 19Monday 20Tuesday 21Wednesday 22 Morning Regional Presentation AMERICAS Regional Presentation EUROPE Regional Presentation AFRICA Regional Presentation MIDDLE EAST Regional Presentation ASIA - PACIFIC World Water Day World Water Development Report Keynote Speakers Topic sessions WATER FOR GROWTH AND DEVELOP- MENT Topic sessions IMPLEMEN- TING IWRM Topic sessions WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION FOR ALL Topic sessions WATER MANAGE- MENT FOR FOOD AND THE ENVIRON- MENT Topic sessions RISK MANAGE- MENT Round tables with Ministries Kyoto World Water Grand Prize Evening Opening Ceremony of the 4th World Water Forum Adoption of the Ministerial Declaration Closing Ceremony King Hassan II Great World Water Prize Thematic leaders round tables Cultural Event Water Fair World Water Expo Forum Program

10 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Preparatory Process

11 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Baseline Documents For each framework theme there are beacons organizations that have written a baseline document. Thematic Process

12 Local Actions for a Global Challenge THEMEORGANIZATIONBEACON 1.Water for Growth and Development World Bank / COLMEX / World Water Council David Grey 2. Implementing IWRM Global Water Partnership / UNDESA Torkil Jonch-Clausen 3.Water Supply and Sanitation for all UNDP / UN- Habitat Joakim Harlin Roberto Lenton Kaylan Ray 4. Water Management for Food and the Environment IWMI / CNAFrank Rijsberman 5. Risk Management WMO / UNESCO-IHE / Japan Water Forum / UNDESA / CNA Avinash Tyagi Henk van Schaik Hideaki Oda Kenzo Hiroki Michel Rosengaus FRAMEWORK THEMES Thematic Process

13 Local Actions for a Global Challenge CROSSCUTTING PERSPECTIVES THEMEORGANIZATIONBEACON A. New Models for Financing Local Water Initiatives Global Water Partnership / World Water Council Alan Hall Daniel Zimmer B. Institutional Development and Political Processes University of Newcastle-upon- Tyne, Sociology / DPU, UCL / Latin American Faculty for Social Sciences / CNA Esteban Castro Adriana Allen C. Capacity Building and Social Learning UNESCO-IHE / CapNet / IRC / WWC / STREAMS / Cooperative Programme on Water and Climate / Water Advisory Council Richard Meganck D. Application of Science, technology and Knowledge IWA / Mexican Water Technology Institute Paul Reiter Álvaro Aldama E. Targeting, Monitoring and Implementation Assessment WWAP / WWC Gordon Young Thematic Process

14 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Regional Process REGIONORGANIZATIONS Americas Rotating chair, currently the Organization of American States Asia Pacific The Japan Water Forum is leading the Committee Africa The African Development Bank and AMCOW are taking the lead Europe The WWC is working in close collaboration with Netherland Water Partnership and Solidarity Water Europe Middle East Organized through the Arab Water Council, the IsDB and the World Bank.

15 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Jun 15th Oct 15th Nov 15th Jan 15th Mar 16th- 23rd Local Actions Thematic process Regional process Session conveners Ministerial process Closing date Local Actions Pre-Forum version Thematic Documents Opening date Forum version Thematic Documents Forum version Regional Documents First draft Regional Documents Local Actions chosen for topic-sessions Selection session conveners Session programs prepared Opening date entry Local Actions Final version Declaration Regional input to Declaration Dec 15th Virtual / Local Workshops 4th World Water Forum Closing date for consideration in regional / thematic documents Nov 1st Pre-Forum workshop Jul 1st Stockholm Aug 25th Preparatory process Sep 30th Closing expression of interest

16 Local Actions for a Global Challenge How INBO participates

17 Local Actions for a Global Challenge 1.- Local Actions Any activities related to water that have been implemented and have had favorable impact at the local level in water management. It doesn't refer only to experiences in small scale. It is necessary to register them in the website of the Forum How to participate in the process

18 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Local Actions BEACONS LOCAL INITIATIVES CONVENERS REGIONAL COMMITTEES TOPIC SESSIONS POSTERS DATA BASE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE KYOTO PRIZE How to participate in the process

19 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Local Actions registered Local actions registered (5/Sep/05): FT1FT2FT3FT4FT5Total Africa Americas Asia-Pacific Europe Middle East Total

20 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Any organization that will make all the necessary arrangements to organize a topic session. Sessions have to adhere to the following criteria: 2. Session Conveners They should include an expert panel They should include a presentation of local actions to represent the specific focus of their theme. They should be multistakeholder platforms for open debate on the thematic content of the Forum. Subjects to be presented and/or discussed come within the framework themes How to participate in the process

21 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Friday 17Saturday 18Sunday 19Monday 20Tuesday Framework Themes (10 directly convened) Distribution of the Sessions 25 Cross-cutting perspectives (10 directly convened) 25 Regional Committees (25 directly convened) 25 Major Groups (10 directly convened) 50 Organizing Committee TOTAL: 150 SESSIONS How to participate in the process

22 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Sessions Registered Sessions Registered (5/Sep/05): FT1FT2FT3FT4FT5Total Africa Americas Asia-Pacifico Europe Middle East Global Total

23 Local Actions for a Global Challenge 3. Local Workshops and Regional Meetings Local workshops are deliberative arenas where different types of local stakeholders interact and hold dialogue, sharing knowledge regarding the barriers and opportunities faced up to deal with local water issues. Regional Meetings are either stand-alone events specifically organized to prepare for the Forum or sessions organized during already scheduled events in the region, specifically devoted to debating the Forums thematic content. It´s necessary to register them in the Forum´s website to take into account as a preparatory meetings. How to participate in the process

24 Local Actions for a Global Challenge 4. Virtual Workshops How to participate in the process Specially designed to support the participation of stakeholders in Local Workshops and Regional Meetings. It includes space for discussion, proposals, and information exchange. Through the Forum website, you can register: Virtual Workshops Registration of local actions Registration of topic sessions Registration of preparatory meetings Information on all Forum activities

25 Local Actions for a Global Challenge Mexico, City March 16 to 22, 2006


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