The 9th World Water Forum is taking place in Dakar, Senegal from 21 to 25 March 2022. It is the world’s
largest international event on water and Sustainable Development Goal 6 of the 2030 Agenda and
offers a unique platform for politics, multilateral institutions, academia, civil society, and the
private sector to make long-term progress on global water challenges. With more than 700 million
euros in annual funding, Germany has been one of the three largest bilateral donors in the water
sector for many years and is present with a German pavilion on-site.
The pavilion showcases the joint and multifaceted engagement of German development cooperation worldwide under the core message “A water-secure future for all.” The pavilion hosts numerous events, which you can follow via live stream. Feel free to tune in live or rewatch the vivid sessions on WASH measures as a Covid19 response, water security and international hydro-diplomacy, transboundary groundwater management, climate-change-adapted and peace-promoting water resource management or nature-based solutions for water security!
The Week on Water for Development (WW4D) offered a platform for thematic exchange on water-related topics with 34 diverse sessions of 77 multi-faceted stakeholders in international cooperation. More than 2000 participants followed our programme - recordings will be available in a few days.
Recordings, summaries and impressions of past events
Launched and mentioned publications during the Week on Water for Development
as well as relevant strategy papers, policy briefs and reports
Opportunities for Climate-Resilient Water Management
Composite Water Resource Management Planning Framework
for Enhanced Climate Action in NDCs (AGWA + WI)
For Water Supply and Sanitation (WB Group)
The Relationship between Climate Change Finance and the Water Sector
Synergien und Konflikte zwischen Wasser und weiteren Zielen
Schlüssel zur Umsetzung der Agenda 2030 und des Klimaabkommens
Wasser, Umwelt, Klimawandel
Past Campaigns and Info Material
The focus of the water sector in international cooperation turns to a different focus every year. The archive collects information and outreach material of past campaigns.