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The Network of National Water Partnerships link commercial enterprises, governmental and non-governmental organizations, scientific institutions and water-related associations, creating a network platform for water-sector stakeholders representing the whole value chain. They cover all relevant fields, including water and waste water treatment, water resources management and protection, hydropower and other energy-water issues, and industrial water and waste water.

EWP is coordinating this this action group in strong cooperation with the following National Water Partnership Network members:

Catalan Water Partnership (CWP): Located in North East of Spain, the Catalan Water Partnership (CWP) is the Catalan Cluster of water treatment. It is a multi-stakeholder platform where engineering and environmental consultancies, centers of knowledge, universities, equipment manufacturers and other entities work for developing innovative & sustainable solutions to the global water needs, in any part of the word.

Danish Water Forum (DWF): Danish Water Forum (DHF) is a network of  Danish water organizations aiming at strengthening  the Danish and international efforts on research, development and innovation within the broad field of water and to promote the Danish water agenda by contributing to Danish knowledge and competencies on water within international water organizations and related to international, pan-European and EU initiatives on water.

French Water Partnership (FWP): The French Water Partnership  is a muti-actor  platform  which works on conveying key consensual messages on the governance and management of water resources in the international arena. This platform brings together French water stakeholders who intervene internationally: Ministries, NGOs, businesses, local authorities, watershed-based organizations and scientific and technical organizations.

Finish Water Forum (FWF): Finnish Water Forum is a network of Finnish water sector organizations, aiming to support international cooperation both in development assistance and for commercial opportunities. It was established in by commercial enterprises, government and non-government organizations, scientific institutions and water-related associations with the aim of integrating the fragmented Finnish field and to support its internationalization.

German Water Partnership (GWP): The German Water Partnership is a joint initiative of the German private and public sectors, combining commercial enterprises, government and non-government organizations, scientific institutions and water-related associations. The network is supported by five federal ministries. Its head office in Berlin collects and coordinates information about innovations, activities and services of its members.

Netherlands Water Partnership (NWP): The Netherlands Water Partnership is a network organization that unites Dutch water expertise. More than 200 companies, knowledge institutes, NGOs and governments join forces on water expertise, policy developments and market opportunities. At the centre of the Dutch water network, NWP initiates and coordinates projects such and moreover facilitates matchmaking and internationalization activities for its members.

Portuguese Water Partnership (PWP): The Portuguese Water Partnership is a network of organizations that aim to develop synergies and maximize potential for the development of the water sector in the world, promoting the construction and consolidation of alliances and partnerships between national institutions and all nations engaged in sustainable water use and enhancement of water resources.

Swedish Water House (SIWI): The Swedish Water House is an international policy institute that is integrated in the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI). The overall objective of the Swedish Water House is to support Swedish participation in international policy development and cooperation in the water and development field by generating knowledge, disseminating and building partnerships.

Swiss Water Partnership (SWP): The Swiss Water Partnership (SWP) is a multi-stakeholder platform bringing Swiss organizations from the academic, civil society, public and private sector together to find innovative solutions for water challenges in developing and transition countries. SWP aims at promoting a sustainable and equitable use and management of water resources and universal access to water and sanitation.

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