The Water4All deliverables recently submitted to the European Commission are now available on the website of the programme. These deliverables give more information on the progress made by the partnership in the implementation of its different activities.
- Terms of Reference
This document defines the general goal and structure of the Water4All Partnership. It also sets out the roles and responsibilities of its governance bodies. It finally provides guidance on how the work will be undertaken and reported.
- Plan for Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation
This document provides guidelines on the way Water4All will go about communication, dissemination and exploitation in order to enable the global outreach of results as well as their uptake by potential end-users. This deliverable contains information on Water4All’s editorial line, the key messages to be communicated, the types of audiences addressed, the main tools and channels to be used, and the indicators to be followed for evaluating progress towards the communication, dissemination and exploitation objectives set out by the Partnership.
- The Data Management Plan
This deliverable describes, how the data generated (during the Water4All partnership ) will be organized, stored and shared. It covers issues related to both personal and scientific data.
- Outlook of existing financial / development programmes
This biannual deliverable is an update on the financial programmes for water investments; a perspective on water development and innovation.
The outlook is part of the demonstration activities included in Water4All’s Pillar D aimed at connecting innovators to development/investment programmes to support an enabling environment for a wider and faster implementation of water innovations.
The first report is a review of the main studies assessing the perspectives of investments in water in the European Union. The second report takes stock of the challenges presented in the previous one and continues with mapping the main financial opportunities available for water innovations from idea to market uptake and scaleup.
- First monitoring report
This report presents the information given in the common and harmonized format of the “Partnership fiche” required by the European Commission (EC) in preparation of the biennial monitoring report (BMR).
The monitoring activity relies on the systematic collection of data on specified indicators. It also gives the opportunity to follow the progress of the tasks monitored and to improve its development if necessary.
- 2022 Joint Transnational Call Documents and Annexes
This report contains all the documents issued for preparing and launching the 2022 Joint Transnational Call. All the documents have also been published on the Water4All website.