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GWOPA activities in Central Asia and Caucasus over 2014

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This year GWOPA continued its efforts to initiate WOPs in the Central Asian region by collaborating with active partners in the area.

In July, together with the UN-Water Decade Programme on Capacity Development, the Secretariat convened a workshop in Dushambe, Tajikistan that upon request from the Tajik Authority focused on Non-revenue Water (NRW) Management. The meeting involved important partners in Tajikistan’s water sector including the State Unitary Enterprise and Ministry of Energy and Water Resources, and was attended by participants representing water utilities and government agencies from Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Iran, Pakistan and Tajikistan. In addition to discussing NRW, this meeting was an opportunity to present WOPs as a path to maximizing the capacities of operators. The discussion will be followed up in 2015 through various regional activities, including the identification of more partners in the region and potential WOPs.

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