Irrigation infrastructure in Mexico has suffered from steep disinvestment, so the 2030 WRG supported the launch of the PPPs for an Agri-Water Infrastructure Initiative that enables multi-stakeholder dialogue to address the challenges and opportunities for PPPs in the sector.
São Paulo, Brazil
Domestic supply and economic activities in the State of São Paulo compete for limited natural water stocks and drinking water from the public systems. In the face of this water scarcity, the 2030 WRG is helping promote investments in water reuse projects for non-potable purposes.
Because rivers are an important source of water in Mongolia, the 2030 WRG enabled a Multi-Stakeholder Platform (MSP) at the local river basin level and reformed existing River Basin Councils by establishing river basin MSPs – an approach that has never been used before.
Non-revenue water in South Africa is a problem due to a lack of investment in the maintenance of existing infrastructures. To address this, the 2030 WRG assisted in setting up the No Drop Program, a scorecard that assesses municipalities on various criteria.
Vietnam has 2,360 rivers with lengths of more than 10 kilometers, with an abundant supply of water. But a lack of infrastructure and nancial capacity to improve infrastructure means much of this water is not used.