Lanka Jalani is made up largely of institutions with an interest and a commitment to the principles of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and of eminent individuals who have the potential and willingness to make a contribution to the Partnership.
Water security is a challenge that likely will be included in the post-2015 sustainable development goals. The United Nations needs to take on a
leadership role to see that the issues detailed by UN-Water's latest report are addressed, write Matthew Berger. The InterDependent.
Introduction to IWRM and watershed conservation in relation to climate change for community based organizations Rahala
Updated on 9th April 2013
The inauguration ceremony of the Introduction to IWRM and watershed conservation in relation to climate change for community based organizations Rahala,
Aranayake in Ma Oya catchment was successfully executed on 07th April 2013 at Rahala West Secondary School. This occasion had three main phases as inauguration,
water quality testing and advisory workshop for the villages. The inauguration ceremony of this project was graced by the following dignitaries. ::Read More::
Chair SLWP invited by UN President to address interactive dialogue at UN headquarters
Updated on 21st March 2013
Chair, Sri Lanka Water Partnership Ms Kusum Athukorala, was invited by the President of the UN General Assembly to the high-level interactive dialogue of
the General Assembly to be held at the UN Headquarters in New York on World Water Day, 22nd March 2013 as mandated by the GA resolution on Implementation of
the International Year of Water Cooperation 2013. She was invited as a speaker of the second panel which will focus on “ Exploring Proposals, Strategies and
Cooperative Solutions for the Period after 2015”. This is a singular honour to the Chair personally and to SLWP.