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
The Coca-Cola Company
Dow Chemical
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)

Global Partners