To develop a transparent water-sharing regime based on the notion of benefit sharing, valuing the water resources, and adjusting climate-sensitive water allocation regimes, detailed stakeholder analysis and engagement are crucial.
IWMI CA advances the WE-ACT project, opening the road for constructive change.
The meeting’s goal was to identify key stakeholders along the Naryn River. The meeting is a significant step forward for the IWMI’s Regional Representative Office for Central Asia and its Naryn Province partners. They will be able to discover innovative solutions to complex challenges and secure an equitable future for the region’s people and ecosystems by working together.