Train the Trainer and Final Networking Event

August 25, 2015

ENTIRE’s last workshop took place in Cairo, Egypt from 15th-21st August 2015.
Participants were selected among ACWUA’s and RAED’s partner organizations, who already attended any of the previous workshops in Stakeholder Dialogue in Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM).  During the Final Networking Event were presented some best practices using the Dialogic Change Model as tool for analysis.


May 30, 2015

The third workshop on stakeholder dialogue in IWRM took place from 17th-20th May 2014 in Amman, Jordan with 20 participants from all over the Southern Mediterrean region.
For more information click events.

Webinar was a Success

June 25, 2014

    Our webinar attracted 31 participants from across the MENA region, including from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Germany. Based on a poll we conducted during the webinar, there was strong representation from the public sector, as well as civil society, private sector and academia. Participants are working from the international to the local level, with the greatest number at the sub-national level. We had equal male and female representation and participants tended to be mid- to senior-level professionals. Finally, the poll indicated that participants chose to attend the webinar to learn about best practices, IWRM and dialogue, as well as to network with other colleagues in the field.

Call for Cases!

June 1, 2014


ENTIRE is looking for your project.

We invite to take part in our survey.

To have further Information for our call.

Please click on our Call for Cases Flyer.

Interview with Dr. Sana Tak Tak

April 13, 2014

(c) Dr. Sana Tak Tak

Please read here the interview of Dr. Sana Tak Tak who participated in the Stakeholder Dialogue Event in Jordan this year. She is enthusiastically implementing what she has learned in her next project.




The Jordan Times has published an article on the ENTIRE kick-off event in Amman.

March 11, 2014


ENTIRE “Empowering Regional Civil Society Networks to take an active role in IWRM (Integrated Water Resource Management) in the Southern Mediterranean Region“ is a two year program funded by the European Union’s Non-State Actors and Authorities program. It is implemented by a consortium consisting of the Collective Leadership Institute (CLI), Arab Countries Water Utilities Association (ACWUA), Arab Network for Environment & Development (RAED), and German Water Partnership (GWP).

Opening Speech by the Jordanian Minister of Water and Irrigation Dr. Hazem Al-Naser

Opening Speech by the Jordanian Minister of Water and Irrigation Dr. Hazem Al-Naser

On Sunday, February 9, 2014 the Jordanian Minister of Water and Irrigation, Dr. Hazem Al-Naser, officially launched the ENTIRE program at the Royal Hotel in Amman together with 50 actors from civil society organizations (CSOs), public institutions and the private sector from the Southern Mediterranean Region (SMR). The participants exchanged best practice examples while assessing  the possibility of an international network and cooperation platform on water conservation.  They discussed how such a platform can contribute to a policy dialogue on IWRM based on a mapping of all water related projects and programs country-by-country.

The kick-off event was followed by a 4-day training program which focussed on stakeholder dialogues and stakeholder engagement. The training aimed at empowering the participants from Jordan, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia.

The importance of the ENTIRE program and the stakeholder engagement follows from water governance reforms that are currently undertaken by the majority of the SMR-countries. The CLI’s Stakeholders Dialogue approach will contribute to the successful implementation of water governance reforms through  result-oriented integration and engagement of all key stakeholders.

Please Check the video of our kick-off event broadcasted by the Jordanian Television

Februar 09, 2014



ENTIRE programme kicks off in Amman, Jordan

February 7, 2014

Kicking off this sunday, the event taking place in the Royal Hotel in Amman, Jordan brings together 50 actors from civil society organizations (CSOs), the private sector and public institutions. The participants will exchange best practice examples, assess the potential of a networking and cooperation platform on IWRM and discuss how such a platform can contribute to a policy dialogue on water conservation.

The ENTIRE project is very delighted to announce that the Jordanian Minister of Water and Irrigation, Dr. Hazem Al-Naser, will also be present to hold the opening words.

The kick-off event will be followed by a 4-day capacity building measure focussing on Stakeholders Dialogue in Water Conservation. The training will empower the 20 participants from Jordan, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia to develop a platform on water conservation in the Southern Mediterranean Region (SMR).

For further information, please have a look at the agenda.

ENTIRE project presented at Civil Society Convention in Istanbul

January 1, 2014
Foto 2The year 2013 ended with an exciting time for the ENTIRE project. The project partners from ACWUA and RAED visited the Collective Leadership Institute in Potsdam for some kick-off planning sessions as well as a two week capacity building program on Stakeholder Dialogues. In addition they visited some water management facilities around Berlin and were able to spend time and exchange experiences with the technical German partner the German Water Partnership. Part of this kick-off was the participation of the core team at the Civil Society Convention in Istanbul, that brought together civic activists, development professionals, policy experts, and representatives of 55 civil society organizations from 10 countries to share ideas and chart a course for more effective civic participation in public decision making. Here the ENTIRE project team had the opportunity to present the project to the audience. The resonance on the methodology of Stakeholder Dialogues was very positive and the event was a good opportunity to network and exchange with other projects.