100 experts from Central Asia, Europe, Afghanistan and China discussed the past and ongoing reforms implemented in the region, the key factors that lead to ineffective water use, and shared studies on the topic.
The Blue Peace Central Asia initiative is looking for writers and photographers to tell the world how turning competition over water into opportunities for collaboration, can lead to peaceful and sustainable societies.
The Blue Peace Central Asia (BPCA) initiative was presented to the participants of the 11th Central Asian Leadership Programme (CALP). It is the only regular leadership programme enhancing sustainable development in the region.
Experts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan discussed the changes in water quality management, monitoring and transboundary cooperation. It is the first time the Regional Working Group on Water Quality has met online, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The meeting was held within Blue Peace Cen...
First Regional event on Mobilizing Finance for Sustainable Development Goals in CA
Regional cooperation on water quality as one of the pillars of the successful economic development
The BPCA supported the participation of the Central Asian delegation in the Budapest Water Summit and a high-level workshop at the Corvinius University (15-18 October 2019)