During this period, more than 160 initiatives of cooperation and exchange of experiences have been developed, which have facilitated the political dialogue allowing agreements to be reached favoring the protection, conservation and sustainable use of water in the Americas. » Read more
The Trifinio Plan is an institutional process driven by Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, in which the common expectations and interests of the communities in this transboundary region converge, and are based on an international treaty signed by the three countries and approved in the respective National Congresses. » See brochure
This publication, prepared by the Department of Sustainable Development of the OAS, aims to make a rapid characterization of the human rights to water and sanitation, considering the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs; and how the OAS PIDS is an enabling framework for its implementation. » See the Publication
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