WATERDRIVE 3RD COMMUNICATION BRIEF
How you manage RELATIONS, PROCEDURE and SUBSTANCE will determine
how successful you will be. In this newsletter, you can read more about that
and the work to support change and progress in the local context. Each local
context is different but there are indeed some things connecting them across
countries and people.
Here enthusiastic and skilled local focus groups connects theory with
practices and policies to stimulate change.
Waterdrive benefits from nine case areas as platforms for testing and
demonstrating different collaboration forms for holistic water governance.
How well national policies supports or not support is of course also important.
People can make great things happen, when the policies are clear in their
pursuit to support their local engagement in water and rural development.
Waterdrive has identified six such policy recommendations to support the
local context. You will find more information being part of this newsletter.
Please, contact your national Waterdrive focal point and provide your
thoughts and ideas after having read this newsletter! Is the management of
RELATIONS, PROCESS and SUBSTANCE what makes the difference?