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INBO, sticking to its general interest mission of promoting and supporting the implementation of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in national and transboundary river basins, mobilised strongly to make the voice of basin organisations heard.

Over the course of these few days, INBO Members and Partners organised or took part in thematic sessions to share their experience, knowledge and solutions, in order to enrich the debates. These sessions dealt in particular with concerted governance, strategic planning, cross-border cooperation, training and skills, technical and technological innovations, institution-building, decision-making tools, etc.

The basin segment was one of the highlights of the WWF. This day, dedicated to basin management, was attended by high-level political leaders from a wide variety of countries.

In Bali, INBO also launched advocacy actions that met with a real response: the “Twin Bassin Initiative“, an international programme for exchanges of experience and capacity building between peers working on water resource management at basin level, and the “Bali Coalition for Strengthening Training in the Water Sector“.

The latest issue of our series of Handbooks, on the theme of “Transfer of waste and plastics in aquatic environments“, published in partnership with the French Solid Waste Partnership (FSWP), the International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) and the Agence française de développement (AFD) to help understand and act on this global challenge, was previewed in Bali.  Published in 4 languages (French, English, Spanish and Chinese), it is now available free of charge on our website.

To find out more about the content of the debates, the experiences presented and the commitments made collectively at this not-to-be-missed event for players in the world of water and the environment on an international scale, we look forward to seeing you soon to discover our Report!