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The International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES) is an international network that aims to increase the presence of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) decision-making bodies, and to promote the exchange of information, networking, and advocacy among science organisations. The website features a list of members, partners and sponsors. It provides information about programmes and projects, news, events, as well as publications on gender equity including reports and newsletters.
The Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSDW) — formerly the Third World Organization for Women in Science (TWOWS) — aims to increase women's participation and representation in science and technology leadership, and to reinforce their role in development. Its website publishes a list of members by region and country, contact details for its national groups, membership guidelines and application forms. It also provides information on prizes, funding opportunities, training fellowships, and an online thesis repository produced by recipients of postgraduate fellowships.
The aim of the Water Governance Programme for Arab States (WGP-AS) is to improve the use and management of scarce water resources in Arab countries by promoting an integrated approach and supporting the achievements of the Millennium Development Goal 7.
It also addresses cross-cutting areas such as adaptation to climate change, trans-boundary water management and gender mainstreaming. The website publishes free-to-access reports, events, as well as information on past and current projects.