Pilot workshop for the Alazani/Ganyh Basin (Azerbaijan and Georgia).

25.11.13 - 27.11.13

Since the meeting of the Task Force on the Water-Food- Energy-Ecosystem Nexus, the participation of a number of basins in the assessment has been confirmed, while others are still in the process of being confirmed.

Taking into account complexity of transboundary settings in the different basins, data availability, eligibility for available funding and co-funding perspectives, the Alazani/Ganyh Basin, shared by Azerbaijan and Georgia, was selected for the piloting. The pilot basin workshop is planned for November 2013. The Sava Basin is the second
basin planned to be assessed, in the beginning of 2014, with the rest of the basins
following.

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