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Stakeholder involvement

Active engagement of stakeholders in the official process for the management of the Drin basin

The Shared Vision for the management of the Drin Basin, that is the objective of the Drin Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was the outcome of the Drin Dialogue, a multi-stakeholder process comprising a number of consultations. Provisions for stakeholders’ involvement are included in the Drin MoU.

The Drin Core Group ensures the active engagement of the stakeholders in the process for the management of the Drin Basin. 

Drin Multi-stakeholder Conferences are organized annually (provided that there is financing available and there is no force majeure). The organization of the Conferences are in line with provisions of the Drin MoU and they comply with Article 5 Implementation and Monitoring, that indicates “(…) understanding the need for the implementation of the Strategic Shared Vision to reflect the views of the stakeholders the Parties call for an annual meeting of stakeholders from the Drin Riparians (…)”.

 

 

           

The Conferences provide the platform for:

-       stakeholders to be informed about the developments regarding the implementation of the Drin MoU as well as the on-going and planned activities under the GEF Drin Project and provide input;

-       raising awareness and gain input on issues that are important for the inhabitants and ecosystems in the Drin Basin. The issue of focus is different each year.

Participants in the events include representatives of Drin Riparians’ institutions as well as representatives of other stakeholders such as local authorities, important economic sectors, academia, civil society and NGOs, donor countries, regional and international organizations.      

Seven multi-stakeholders consultation meetings have been held:

Stakeholders’ engagement in the development of the TDA and SAP

Further to the above, stakeholders have been engaged in the development of the Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA) and the Strategic Action Plan (SAP).

Drin Day celebration

The Drin Day is celebrated each year since 2016, in the period around 5 May (that is declared as the Drin Day by the Riparians) in all sub-basins of the Drin Basin under the auspices of the Drin CORDA and the Drin Core Group.

The overarching aim of the Drin Day events is to raise awareness among local communities and the wider public, on the importance of the Drin River basin’s sustainable management and the benefits of adopting an integrated multi-country approach.

 

 

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