National Strategic Pathways
Motivated by the differences between countries and opportunities to act, the partnership decided to develop “National Strategic Pathways”. The National Pathways are proposals for governments and actors to work with key processes and actions strengthening water management. The Pathways are more of systemic character and fill observed gaps in the present national governance structures.
If you click on the country box you will be able to explore more about the Pathway for that specific country.
National competence platform for sustainable water management in agricultural landscapes
knowledge about the multiple benefits
of agri-environment measures and
their combined impacts on water,
climate and food production.
2. Need for better precision in choice
of measures, location and follow-up
3. Enhancing knowledge sharing and
Towards catchment level coordination
2. Better use of data for water
3. Market evaluation of agricultural
Strengthening of local partnerships to facilitate adaptation of rural landscapes to climate change
within the network of the public
agricultural advisory services.
2. Use of development instruments of
Local Governments as vehicle for
3. Integrated strategic planning as a
method of implementing measures
for landscape water retention.
Pathways for better water management
2. Sub-catchmentbased water
management - catchment officers
3. More effective financing
Effective coordination and cooperation between stakeholders on all levels including
2. Operational level
3. Information and control level.
Strengthening local water management
between the national, regional and
local authorities and farmers.
2. More effective financing
3. More effective advisory system
4. More effective digital decision
support for farmers.
Going local for more effective water management
2. Enhancing local water spatial
3. Strengthening the advisory
services in relation to multi-actor
Russia. Strengthening water management in agricultural landscapes
2. Improving water management and
spatial planning through digital
methods and means.
3. Strengthening advisory activity for
business and raising the awareness
of local public authorities and
4. New and more effective financing