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Donor Acitivity in Transboundary Water Cooperation in Africa - Results of G8 initiated Survey 2004 -2007


At the 2002 Kananaskis/Canada Summit, the Heads of State and Government of eight major industrialised countries (G8) and the representatives of the European Union met with African Leaders and agreed to the G8 Africa Action Plan. In this action plan, G8 member states committed themselves to assist African efforts to promote the productive and environmentally sustainable development of water resources. In November 2003, Germany invited G8 representatives and

African water experts to exchange views on transboundary water cooperation. At this workshop in Berlin, participants welcomed Germany’s initiative to review the engagement of the G8 member states and other important donors in the fi eld of transboundary water cooperation in Africa. It was envisaged that the results would help to identify needs at basin levels and bottlenecks of effective cooperation.

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