Month: March 2019

Putting People First in PPPs

Has a #HumanRights based approach been included in #PPPs? WaterLex speaks at 13th Session of the UNECE Committee on Innovation, Competitiveness and Public-Private Partnerships, exploring the need for a human rights-based approach. The session was introduced by Ralph Heinrich, of the UNECE Public-Private Partnerships Unit, and Amanda Loeffen was joined by fellow panellists Beatrice Florah […]

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World Water Day on EuroNews NBC

It’s time for a new approach, according to Amanda Loeffen, Director General of WaterLex. With over 2 billion people currently without access to safe and sustainable water, we cannot continue without a change in thinking. World Water Day is usually held on 22nd March to create awareness of the global challenges we are facing with […]

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World Water Day and Leaving No One Behind

Online debate about the connection between water, women and leaving no one behind, hosted by IWRA, and including presentations from WaterLex (Amanda Loeffen), Women for Water Partnership (Lesha Witmer), SIWI (Alejandro Jiminez) and Shervin Hashemi (Seoul University and winner of Innovation Prize at 1st World Summit on Leaving No One Behind). This recording can be […]

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3rd Africa Resilience Forum

“Fragility, Migration and Resilience” was the title of the 3rd Africa Resilience Forum, organized by the African Development Bank on 4-6th March 2019 in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. WaterLex was invited to present as a panelist at the plenary session on Tools, products, policies and strategies for building resilience. Director General, Amanda Loeffen, was invited to […]

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The 1st World Summit on Leaving No One Behind selected three winners of exploratory projects that seek to demonstrate innovative approaches to water and sanitation solutions. They all capture the same theme using a human-rights based approach and using local and community-based solutions that can be tested and scaled up through integration into policy. The […]

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