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The global assessment TWAP will capture the most serious water problems or emerging water issues in the globe. TWAP indicators will provide a tracking tool to assess the impact of interventions, and provide a means for more effective use of resources in addressing transboundary concerns and water conflicts between countries. ( target ii)

Many of these systems are shared by two or more nations and these transboundary resources are interlinked by a complex web of environmental, political, economic and security inter-dependencies.

To facilitate a global assessment, the Transboundary Waters Assessment Programme (TWAP) defines five categories of transboundary water systems: aquifers, lake/ reservoir basins, river basins, LMEs, and open ocean. The phase of developing the methodologies has been completed

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