Urban Water Resilience Initiative
2030 Joint Agenda for Urban Water Resilience in Africa
The 2030 Joint Agenda for Urban Water Resilience in Africa is a co-developed agenda by a growing consortium of partners — including water sector stakeholders, practitioners/experts, and city and national partners — that aims to coordinate, align, harmonize and scale a diverse set of existing efforts, solutions and capacities into unique cooperative value add propositions.
WRI and Reos Partners, with support from BMZ, have embarked on a scoping process for the development of the Joint Agenda and are now excited to welcome endorsers and partners with the aim of continuing to advocate for and implement the agenda together.
We welcome all those who wish to join in endorsing the principles and priorities embodied here, recognizing that how organizations evolve practices to enable urban water resilience in Africa will differ.
If your organization is interested in endorsing the Joint Agenda, please contact Smita Rawoot and Hellen Wanjohi.
Current consortium members include:
- African Centre for Cities
- Akiba Mashinani Trust
- Cap-Net UNDP
- City of Johannesburg
- City of Kigali
- Future Water Institute at UCT
- Haramaya University
- ICLEI Africa
- Musanze District
- Practical Action
- Reos Partners
- Resilient Cities Network
- Rwanda Young Water Professionals
- South African Cities Network
- Water Integrity Network
- Water Partnership Rwanda
- Western Cape Economic Development Partnership
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