Our Global Partners

Multilateral and Bilateral Agencies: Multilateral and bilateral agencies play a critical role in several areas, including representing the public sector and governments in our programmes, and by supporting financial sustainability, and sharing insights on water issues.

Private Sector: Recognizing the importance of building a diversified base of private sector global partners, the 2030 WRG is undertaking a focused effort to engage additional private sector partners. Working with its global network, and leveraging partner organizations such as IFC and the Forum, the 2030 WRG currently has a total to 6 private sector global partner companies.

Cooperation with Civil Society: As a multi-stakeholder initiative, an active partnership with civil society organizations (CSOs) is a basic requirement for 2030 WRG. This is more pronounced considering the political sensitivity of water issues in partner countries. The 2030 WRG recognizes that a more structured approach to partnering with civil society is needed.

Currently our global partners include:

International Finance Corporation (IFC)
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)
Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC)
Global Green Growth Institute / Korea (GGGI)
Inter American Development Bank (IDB)
African Development Bank (AfDB)
Swedish International Development Agency (Sida)
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Global Water Partnership (GWP)
World Economic Forum
Nestlé
The Coca-Cola Company
PepsiCo
SABMiller
Grundfos
Dow Chemical
BRAC
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)

Global Partners