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WHO WE ARE – 2030WRG

The 2030 Water Resources Group is a unique public-private-civil society collaboration. We facilitate open, trust-based dialogue processes to drive action on water resources reform in water stressed countries in developing economies. The ultimate aim of such reforms and actions is to close the gap between water demand and supply by the year 2030.

Our global partners include bilateral agencies and governments (Sida, SDC and the Government of Hungary), private companies (Nestlé, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Grundfos, Dow, AB InBev), development banks (IFC, the World Bank, African Development Bank, Inter-American Development Bank), INGOs and IGPs (UNDP, GGGI, GWP, the Forum, BRAC and IUCN). The 2030 WRG was launched in 2008 at the World Economic Forum and has been hosted by IFC since 2012.

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Dec

2017

Government of Karnataka and 2030WRG Partner with Private Sector for Ramthal Drip to Market Agro Corridor Initiative

First-of-its-kind project in India, receiving global recognition, with the private sector playing a major role in procurement of high-value crops Bengaluru, December 13, 2017: The Government of Karnataka (GoK) today signed Memoranda of Understanding... READ MORE >

Nov

2017

SWPN facilitates financial sector participation in mission to close South Africa’s US$ 2.3 billion annual water infrastructure gap

Johannesburg, October 12 2017 – Leading water, infrastructure and financial sector stakeholders met in Johannesburg for in-depth talks on funding models to improve South Africa’s water security. The third Annual Water Stewardship summit, kicked off... READ MORE >

Nov

2017

Peru working groups advance with concrete solutions

Since the beginning of 2017, the three large working groups that had been in operation evolved into six working committees that were more limited to the needs, problems and opportunities that were identified in... READ MORE >

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