The WPT App gives access to the analytical tools necessary to evaluate the specific context, issues and needs in your project area, as well as operational checklists to guide you throughout the project lifecycle.
Use the WPT navigator to quickly find appropriate advice on your project by selecting your sector (Water Resource management, Basic services, Municipal services, Agriculture, Energy and Sector performance) and project phase (Programming, Identification, Formulation, Implementation and Evaluation-Audit).
Once it is installed, the WPT is also accessible offline.
The WPT app was developed by the Joint Research Centre with EuropeAid.
The Water Project Toolkit (WPT) aims to promote the sustainable development of the water sector, and is an example of the European Commission’s commitment to provide sound operational guidance to help improve the quality and effectiveness of sustainable water development projects. Based on internationally agreed principles, the WPT is a guide for those involved in developing the water sector, which helps them apply sound and environmentally sustainable practices in areas such as institutional management, socio-economic and public governance, finance, the environment, education, capacity building, communications and technology. It consists of step-by-step suggestions for the planning, identification, formulation, implementation and evaluation of water-development activities.
The first edition of the WPT was reviewed by the European Union Water Initiative (EUWI) and published by the European Commission in 1998 as a proposed strategic approach, and marked a turning point in water-related development cooperation. This second edition focuses on the evolution in international development cooperation and water sector policies over the past ten years.
The WPT is a living document which is available online at www.aquaknow.net.
The Statesman has distinguished itself through objective coverage of events, its value as an honest purveyor of news emphasised at times of crisis such as the Bengal Famine of 1943 and the infamous internal Emergency of the mid-1970s. It is forthright in the expression of its views. Its pursuit of the truth has been relentless and often at considerable cost to itself, as when the government of Indira Gandhi, in gross abuse of power, attempted to suppress its voice and when the government of Rajiv Gandhi interfered with the grant of statutory clearances to its modernisation plans unless the paper changed its editorial stance.
Apart from publishing Rashtriya Sahara (daily Hindi newspaper) the group also publishes Urdu Daily naming Roznama Sahara and Urdu weekly Aalmi Sahara.
Rashtriya Sahara Newspaper provides latest news on National, Regional, Politics, Sports, and Entertainment in simple and straight forward format. It is leading Hindi daily of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and capital city Delhi. This newspaper has maintained its legacy since its inception. It is prominent brand of Hindi newspaper. It has retained its aura in this competitive environment due to the unsurpassed value of its content. Currently Rashtriya Sahara has 43 Editions with 7 Printing Centers across India making it one of the largest and popular newspapers of India.
The New Age covers news from all nine provinces, along with national events, Op-Ed columns, politics, Africa and International news, sports, business, entertainment, lifestyle, science and technology. It is affordable (R3.50), relevant, easy to read and to the point. Our website is http://www.thenewage.co.za and mobile site is http://www.thenewage.co.za/mobi/
The New Age comes in 24-32 full colour pages printed in the International broadsheet format. The paper is printed in three different locations and distributed by South Africa’s leading distributor, reaching all corners of the country.
Produced by an editorial team, led by Editor Prakash Rimal, known for its quality, innovation and integrity, The Himalayan Times enjoys strong brand recognition among readers as well as advertisers. APCA Nepal (Pvt) Ltd is the marketer of the newspaper.
The history of Zambia Daily Mail Limited dates back to the 1950s when it used to be called African Mail the forerunner to the Central African Mail. The name later changed to Zambia Mail after independence in 1964. It was later bought by the Zambian Government from private owners. It became a daily Newspaper in 1970 and the name changed to Zambia Daily Mail. A number of changes have since taken place. Sunday Mail and Financial Mail were introduced to widen the scope of coverage. The Financial Mail has since been phased out.
After introducing the two additional publications, Zambia Daily Mail computerized its operations in 1994 and immediately introduced an online publication.
Currently Zambia Daily Mail has invested in the modern printing equipment to enhance its colour printing. To keep in tandem with the latest technology in the newspaper industry, the company continues to update its equipment.
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