Presentation on theme: "Developing Capacity on Water Integrity WATER INTEGRITY NETWORK Delft 31st May 2013 Francoise Nicole Ndoume Regional Coordinator Water Integrity Network,"— Presentation transcript:
Developing Capacity on Water Integrity WATER INTEGRITY NETWORK Delft 31st May 2013 Francoise Nicole Ndoume Regional Coordinator Water Integrity Network, E-mail: Fndoume@win-s.orgFndoume@win-s.org
STRUCTURE OF THE PRESENTATION 1.About WIN 2.Water Integrity Network- How we work 3.Water Integrity Network : What we do 4.Challenges 5.Conclusion
1. About WIN WIN is an action-oriented multi stakeholders network of organisations and individuals promoting water Integrity. Its membership includes the public sector, the private sector, civil society and knowledge-based organisations and networks in the water sector. It was formed in 2006 and its secretariat is based in Berlin, Germany
1. About WIN -2- WIN’s mission is to increase integrity levels and reduce corruption in the water sector with a pro-poor and pro- equity focus. WIN works with partners and influence decision makers to facilitate active multi stakeholder coalitions and to build capacities for use of tools and strategies for water integrity at all levels.
Purpose of 5th Symposium 2. WIN: HOW WE WORK -2-
Purpose of 5th Symposium We conduct Evidence-based advocacy in regions and countries of intervention Facilitate diagnostic studies Give trainings on anti corruption tools in the water sector Promote the creation of strategic partnerships and national water Integrity multi stakeholders coalitions Provide Small grants targeting the sub-regions 3. What we do: Coalition and Country Programme
Purpose of 5th Symposium 3. What we do: CAPACITY BUILDING Participation in trainings Water Integrity training Manual Online courses on water Integrity 2IE/ UNDP Virtual School Training of facilitators on water integrity tools - (AWIS, Water Integrity Manual …) Training of stakeholders CSOs, Media, public, private sector representatives, mayors - on water integrity tools (diagnostic, capacity building, risk mitigation and communication tools) Development and dissemination of tools and methodologies to promote Transparency, Accountability and Participation in the Water sector Regional Water Integrity Programme on water Integrity
Purpose of 5th Symposium T HE PROGRAMME AIMS AT PROVIDING THE BENEFICIARIES WITH : Conceptual grounding Integrity and Accountability Anti corruption laws Drivers & impacts Overview of tools and methodologies Examples of good practices 3. What we do: Water Integrity tools asses integrity and corruption levels use for specific trainings and to enable actors to take action to take action addressing specific integrity gaps and weaknesses of institutions to effectively advocate and lobby for improved integrity
Purpose of 5th Symposium Share Water integrity experiences and good practises at international & regional conferences to raise interest of decision-makers. Make effective tools & methodologies available at global level Develop strong partnerships driving for change in countries and areas of intervention. Encourage the promotion of principles of WIN by active members 3. What we do : Advocay and communication
Purpose of 5th Symposium 3. What we do: Knowledge and Research Publication and dissemination of relevant materials on corruption in the water sector Conduction of integrity studies Compilation of best practises in the fight of corruption in the water sector
Purpose of 5th Symposium 4. Challenges THE GREATEST CHALLENGES WE FACE ARE THE RESISTANCE AND TACKLE CORRUPTION IN GENERAL GIVEN THE SENSITIVENESS OF THE TOPIC THE LIMITATIONS OF AVAILABLE RESOURCES HUMAN AND FINANCIAL
Purpose of 5th Symposium CONCLUSION: Create culture to support water integrity activities Create capacity for stakeholders to tackle corruption Create spaces for dialogue all the stakeholders Create and share knowledge
Purpose of 5th Symposium Thank you for your attention
Purpose of 5th Symposium Thank you for your attention.