Transboundary Water Management in Central Asia (TWMCA) – A Source of Peace

Transboundary Water Management  in Central Asia (TWMCA) – A Source of PeaceIntroduction
Purpose and context of the Review
The underlying mid-term review report is based on an assessment of the pro- gramme ́s status from the point of view of its perceived impacts. The review ́s ap- proach was primarily learning oriented and designed to support reflection within the programme team.
The review did not only take a close look at the German contribution, but also at the activities occurring in partner organizations (like UNECE) and target groups...

UNECE Mutually advantageous cooperation on water and energy resources is fully possible in Central Asia

REGION: Marton Krasznai, UNECE: Mutually advantageous cooperation on water and energy resources is fully possible in Central Asia! There is an opinion that effective solution of problems in CA water sector requires reforms, first of all, in the existing system of regional institutions, and in the legislative frameworks of cooperation. How drastic should these changes be, what can and needs to be done today, and what actions should be taken for the longer perspective, and, most importantly, how within the existing frames of relationships in the region, one can achieve maximal effectiveness of taken efforts. Mr. Marton Krasznai, UNECE Regional Adviser for Economic Cooperation and Integration, kindly agreed to answer the questions of CARNet.