After the Tenth World Water Forum in Indonesia, Ministers attending have issued an urgent call to translate commitments into policies, plans, and actions by conserving, protecting, and sustainably using water resources, including groundwater. The Forum sought to provide a global platform for exploring inclusive and innovative solutions for critical water-related issues to accelerate the achievement of the SDGs by 2030.

Held under the theme, ‘Water for Shared Prosperity,’ the 10th World Water Forum convened in Bali, Indonesia, from 18-25 May 2024. The Ministerial Meeting took place from 20-21 May.

The Tenth World Water Forum included 20 high-level panels, which discussed, inter alia: the proposal to establish the Global Water Fund; the climate-water-energy-food-ecology system of systems; global water governance; advancing prosperity across the entire water cycle; and the role of the private sector in meeting the goals of SDG 6. Numerous thematic and regional sessions and side events also convened.

The 11th World Water Forum will convene on the theme, ‘Action for a Better Tomorrow,’ in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in 2027.

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