Tajikistan water cooperation conference closes; WSSCC contributes to gender and high level panels

Date: 22nd August 2013

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Patricia Achapka, WSSCC's National Coordinator for Nigeria, participates in the Gender Forum.Yesterday, WSSCC concluded a successful engagement at the “Implementation of the International Year of Water Cooperation 2013” conference held in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.

WSSCC was represented by Executive Director Chris Williams, who moderated the High Level Panel on Water Cooperation for Human Development, and Priscilla Achakpa, WSSCC’s National Coordinator in Nigeria, who spoke during the week’s Gender Forum.

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