How you all perceived the event ? Itw of Eric Tardieu

    How you all perceived the event ?

    Interview of Eric Tardieu, Secretary General of the International Network of Basin Organizations (INBO) and Governor of the World Water Council

    "I have a positive image of this Forum for at least three reasons:
    -The joy of gathering again –post pandemic.
    -The good technical level of the thematic sessions. We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the interventions and by the appetite shown by the public.

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    In his speech at the opening ceremony of the 9th World Water Forum, Loïc Fauchon stated four strong points, as guidelines for the Council in favor of water.


    • Securing the resource
    "Innovate and innovate again: pump, transfer, desalinate, recycle, and increase the amount of water available" while "disrupting our uses, our habits, and our behaviors" in order to consume better and less.


    AFRICA: 9th World Water Forum ends in Dakar with a focus on solutions

    The 9th World Water Forum (WWF), which is closing in Dakar, Senegal, was an opportunity for water sector actors to present solutions for better wat

    Save the Date / 2nd Stakeholders Meeting of 9th World Water Forum

    In preparation for the 9th edition of the world’s largest water event, to be held in Senegal from 22 to 27,  March 2022, we have the pleasure of informing you that the second Stakeholders Meeting of the 9th World Water Forum will be organized in Diamniadio (Senegal) on 14 and 15 October 2021. 

    World Water Council provides Marseille soap to Senegalese State and City of Dakar

    As part of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, the World Water Council has provided Marseille soap to the Senegalese State and the City of Dakar, which are conducting basic necessities distribution operations. Water and soap are basic barriers to protect against the spread of Covid-19 and the World Water Council has chosen to provide the means for a better hygiene to the most deprived.