BUILDING THE ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR INCLUSIVE, CLIMATE RESILIENT WASH AND WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA

The Australian Water Partnership has supported the strengthening of climate and water resource management data in the Papua New Guinea (PNG) national water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) monitoring system. Building on efforts by the Government of PNG, the national WASH coordinating body and WaterAid to develop a national monitoring system and bring stakeholders together for planning and decision-making, this activity aimed to support and scale efforts towards more inclusive, climate resilient WASH services and water resource management (WRM). The activity included adding or enhancing climate, WRM and inequality data in the monitoring system, training and capacity building for government and rights holder organisations and the promotion of meaningful inclusion and participation of marginalised groups in WASH, WRM and climate change efforts.

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