• The crisis

    The crisis

    About 1.8 billion people lack access to safe and affordable drinking water. Even more lack access to adequate sanitation.

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    WaterLex solution

    WaterLex facilitates sustainable legal and policy frameworks that comply with international human rights law.

  • Impact: Africa and Latin America

    Impact: Africa and Latin America

    Our training sessions in Uganda and El Salvador strengthened implementation of the human right to water and sanitation.

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    Help fund a project

    Contributions enable WaterLex to make sure water governance works in the interest of current and future generations.

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WaterLex 2015 Events

In 2015, WaterLex participated in, or hosted, the following events: 25-26 November: Conference: “Human rights: the Millennium Development Goals for Sustainable Development Goals” Mexico: WaterLex Executive Director Jean-Benoit Charrin is speaking at the Mexico National Commission for Human Rights international...

HRBA to IWRM Virtual Course Capture

With UNDP Cap-Net, WaterLex Helps Develop and Teach a New Online Course on a Human Rights-Based Approach to IWRM

The international public-interest development organization WaterLex, in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme’s Capacity Development in Sustainable Water Management (UNDP Cap-Net) and other groups, will launch an online course in late September 2015 about developing a human rights-based approach (HRBA) to integrated water resources...

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