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logo     WATER GOVERNANCE COLLECTIVE ACTION NETWORK

TBWGN

Transboundary stakeholders working on water governance and related issues can connectthrough virtual platforms. Organise discussion forums, virtual conferences and exchange learnings

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Early Warning Network

Enables real-time dissemination of life saving information to the most vulnerable riparian communities from Mahakali and Brahmaputra basins.

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Citizen Science

People’s tool for participatory and community led water quality monitoring, flood monitoring & fisheries watch for conservation and sustainable livelihood

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Discussion Forum

Online message board to discuss information and opinions on water governance. Members suggest new topics, post messages to initiate new discussion and check back regularly to read responses and messages to take decisions forward.

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Blogs

An online journal where writers have a platform to connect with relevant audience and share views and information on specific subjects. Blog Posts are archived.

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Voice Ballot

This is a participatory media approach using transformative technology to bringing people together to explore issues, voice concerns or simply to be creative and tell their stories through.

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Seed planter

New and innovative ideas on inclusive and decentralised water resource management including indigenous and traditional practices are shared here.

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News

One-stop destination for the latest information about current events related to Water Governance and the most recent talking points in the media on topics ranging from Riverine Policy and Transboundary Rivers to Water Stewardship and Cooperation.

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Knowledge Hub

Repository of the exhaustive action research, leading to extensive knowledge material, Policy and Learning Briefs, Practice Notes, Working Papers & Reports.

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The initiative is supported by Oxfam India under Transboundary Rivers of South Asia (TROSA 2017 -2021) program. TROSA is a regional water governance program supporting poverty reduction initiatives in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) and Salween basins.The program is implemented in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Myanamar and is supported by the Government of Sweden.
Views expressed in this website are those of the individual contributors and network members and do not represent that of Oxfam, its implementing partners or Government of Sweden.