Dear Sir or Madam,

Thinking of water, what pictures come into your mind? The power of waterfalls, the beauty of waves or polluted rivers? Many of our alumni are working in the water sector – a good reason for us to dedicate the following newsletter to a broader community! Water is life - Enjoy the different dimensions of it.
 
 
 
Water - a common good?!
 
Stakeholder Dialogues for sustainable water management
 
 
     
 
How to make safe drinking water accessible for everyone? This question is a very important one for Kristiane Schäfer. She has been training water sector experts from different parts of the world in stakeholder engagement and dialogic change processes. Read more >>
 
Jordan has one of the lowest water reserves in the world. We talked with Emad Al-Kahlil, Technical Advisor at the GIZ, about his experience and the challenges they are facing in the country’s water management. Read more >>
 
 
Yes, you can!
 
 
Meet Steve, the lucky winner
 
          
   
Imagine you are participating in a boring and unproductive meeting... Which thoughts do you have while sitting there? Next time try the CIFCARR tool! Read more >>
 
Steve won a participation in our next open course. Why? Read more >>
 
 
Our alumni working in the water sector
 
 
 
Our first EU funded Project: ENTIRE - Empowering regional civil society networks to take an active role in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in the Southern Mediterranean Region
 
 
 

We are happy to announce that the European Commission granted a project to the Collective Leadership Institute for strengthening civil society networks in the water sector. We will implement this action jointly with the following partners: ACWUA (Arab Countries Water Utilities Association), RAED (Arab Network for Environment & Development), and the German Water Partnership. Through capacity building, stakeholder dialogues, and best practice exchange, the methodological competence to lead result-driven engagement processes with different stakeholders will be embedded in the regular procedures of ACWUA and RAED. The specific objective of the action is to empower regional civil society organization networks to take an active role in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in the Southern Mediterranean Region. 
 
 
 
 
 
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